An unredacted report from the royal commission has been released, with fresh details about how much George Pell knew about child abuse allegations.
Despite some fallout for the Catholic Church following the royal commission into child abuse, systems are still in place to protect the reputation of the institution rather than the safety of children.
It's been a big decade of Arsehats and heroes. So, who is the best of the best — and who is the worst of the worst?
The royal commission into child abuse found the Jehovah’s Witnesses used practices that left perpetrators of child sexual abuse “at large” in the organisation. So what is it like for people who speak out?
The Australian Human Rights Commission has met with senior members of the Jehovah's Witnesses following an appeal from abuse victims.
News Corp's anti-royal commission cheer squad should take a look in the mirror, Julie Bishop and Latika Bourke's tattered friendship, and the ABC has some trouble passing.
Churches have previously been exempt from having to report their knowledge of child abuse. In the aftermath of the royal commission, what's being done?
Church leaders are delaying real change in the wake of the royal commission into child abuse, and some senior voices are calling it out.
Progress may have been made in the Commonwealth Redress Scheme for Institutional Child Sexual Abuse, but it leaves many behind and risks being hobbled by those who don't want to pay up, writes Senator Derryn Hinch