The Royal Commission is undertaking a comprehensive research program to support its work.The research program includes:
View the Royal Commission’s published research here.
To assist interested stakeholders the TJHC is providing summaries of some of the research undertaken by the Royal Commission.
TJHC Research summaries
September 2015Hear no evil, see no evil: Understanding failure to identify and report child sexual abuse in institutional contextsFull Report
July 2015Sentencing for child sexual abuse in institutional contextsFull Report
April 2015TJHC Summary of Government Responses to Royal Commission Redress consultation paperGovernment and other submissions
March 2015Child sexual abuse prevention programs for pre schoolers: A synthesis of current evidenceFull Report
16 February 2015Scoping Review: Evaluations of pre-employment screening practices for child-related work that aim to prevent child sexual abuseFull Report RC Media Release
August 2014Mandatory reporting laws for child sexual abuse in Australia: A legislative historyFull Report2014 Historical review of sexual offence and child sexual abuse legislation in Australia: 1788-2013Full Report
The Council concluded its work on 30 April 2018 and is no longer distributing any material about its work.