Your Guide to Giving Evidence at the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse

Thinking about giving evidence at The Royal Commission?
It’s hard to know what to expect.
But it’s really not as scary as you think.

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    To ease your mind, we’ve put together a free downloadable ebook to help you understand what it’s like to give evidence at the Royal Commission.

    We explain the entire process from start to finish so that you know exactly what you need to prepare for.

    The Kelso’s team are experts in achieving justice for victims of child sexual abuse. Our experience at the Royal Commission can help you fight for an apology, compensation and justice. We developed this guide to use that experience to put your mind at ease.

    We walk you through the answers to the most common questions that victims have before deciding to give evidence, including:

    • The key reasons why you should decide to give evidence
    • What stories the Royal Commission is looking for
    • The impact of secrecy agreements on giving evidence
    • What it’s like to share your story with the Commissioners
    • Financial costs, benefits, fees and compensation
    • How to begin your journey and who you need to contact
    • The support you will receive throughout the process of giving evidence
    • How people feel after the experience of sharing their story

    The decision whether or not to share your story is always a challenging one, but after reading this guide, you won’t have any uncertainties about the process of giving evidence with the Royal Commission.