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Paora Crawford Moyle talks to Dale Husband; A Maori inquiry would have gone a long way

An advocate for people who have been abused in care says the Royal Commission of Inquiry into Historical Abuse in Care is in damage control as its chair steps down.

Sir Anand Satyanand said this week the inquiry was more than the part time job he had signed up for, and now the inquiry has got through the set up phase he would hand over the reins.

A Māori inquiry would have gone a long way to really uncover a lot of the institutional racism that is at the heart of state intervention right across the ministries," Ms Moyle says.

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