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This instrument amends the National Redress Scheme for Institutional Child Sexual Abuse Declaration 2018 to declare specified institutions to be participating institutions and declare certain participating institutions to be members of a participating group of institutions.
Administered by: Social Services
Registered 28 Feb 2020
Date of repeal 01 Mar 2020
Repealed by Division 1 of Part 3 of Chapter 3 of the Legislation Act 2003
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National Redress Scheme for Institutional Child Sexual Abuse Amendment (2020 Measures No. 2) Declaration 2020

I, Anne Ruston, Minister for Families and Social Services, make the following Declaration.

Dated   27 February 2020                               

Anne Ruston

Minister for Families and Social Services

 


Contents

1  Name........................................................................................................................................ 1

2  Commencement........................................................................................................................ 1

3  Authority.................................................................................................................................. 1

4  Schedules................................................................................................................................. 1

Schedule 1—Amendments                                                                                           2

National Redress Scheme for Institutional Child Sexual Abuse Declaration 2018                 2

 

 


1  Name

                   This instrument is the National Redress Scheme for Institutional Child Sexual Abuse Amendment (2020 Measures No. 2) Declaration 2020.

2  Commencement

             (1)  Each provision of this instrument specified in column 1 of the table commences, or is taken to have commenced, in accordance with column 2 of the table. Any other statement in column 2 has effect according to its terms.

 

Commencement information

Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

Provisions

Commencement

Date/Details

1. Sections 1 to 4 and anything in Schedule 1 not elsewhere covered by this table

The day after this instrument is registered.  

 

2. Schedule 1, item 9

Immediately after the commencement of the provisions covered by table item 1.

 

Note:          This table relates only to the provisions of this instrument as originally made. It will not be amended to deal with any later amendments of this instrument.

             (2)  Any information in column 3 of the table is not part of this instrument. Information may be inserted in this column, or information in it may be edited, in any published version of this instrument.

3  Authority

                   This instrument is made under sections 115(2), 119, 134(1) and 137(1) of the National Redress Scheme for Institutional Child Sexual Abuse Act 2018.

4  Schedules

                   Each instrument that is specified in Schedule 1 to this instrument is amended or repealed as set out in the applicable items in the Schedule, and any other item in Schedule 1 to this instrument has effect according to its terms.

Schedule 1Amendments

National Redress Scheme for Institutional Child Sexual Abuse Declaration 2018

1  Section 11 (table – item 15)

Substitute the words “paragraphs (fa) – (hi)” with “paragraphs (dt), (fa) – (hi)” in column 1.

2  Section 11 (table)

After item 42, insert:

 

43

All Sisters of Charity institutions as at paragraphs (b) and (ah)-(ct) of Item 155 of the Table in Schedule 1 to this instrument

Trustees of the Sisters of Charity of Australia  

44

All Ursuline Nuns of the Roman Union of Ursuline institutions as at paragraphs (e)-(i) of Item 156 of the Table in Schedule 1 to this instrument

Trustees of the Ursuline Nuns of the Roman Union of Ursuline

45

All Kennerley institutions as at paragraphs (b)-(l) of Item 159 of the Table in Schedule 1 to this instrument

 

Kennerley Childrens Home Inc also known and trading as ‘Kennerley’ and ‘Kennerley Caring for Kids’ an incorporated association under the Associations Incorporation Act 1994 (Tas)

3  Section 15 (table – item 48)

Omit the words “paragraph (a) of” from column 1.

4  Section 15 (table – item 49)

Omit the words “paragraphs (a)-(n) of” from column 1.

5  Section 15 (table – item 50)

Omit the words “paragraph (a) of” from column 1.

6  Section 15 (table – item 51)

Omit the words “paragraphs (a)-(b) of” from column 1.

7  Section 15 (table – item 52)

Omit the words “paragraph (a) of” from column 1.

8  Section 15 (table – item 57)

Substitute reference to “C3C” with “C3”.

9  Section 15 (table)

After item 70, insert:

71

All Sisters of Charity institutions as at Item 155 of the Table in Schedule 1 to this instrument, except those institutions as at paragraphs (b) and (ah)-(ct) that are defunct.

Trustees of the Sisters of Charity of Australia 

72

All Ursuline Nuns of the Roman Union of Ursuline institutions as at paragraphs (a)-(d) of Item 156 of the Table in Schedule 1 to this instrument

Trustees of the Ursuline Nuns of the Roman Union of Ursuline

73

All MercyCare institutions as at Item 157 of the Table in Schedule 1 to this instrument

MercyCare Limited

74

All Missionary Franciscan Sisters of the Immaculate Conception institutions as at Item 158 of the Table in Schedule 1 to this instrument

Institute of the Missionary Franciscan Sisters of the Immaculate Conception

75

All Kennerley institutions as at paragraph (a) of Item 159 of the Table in Schedule 1 to this instrument

 

Kennerley Childrens Home Inc also known and trading as ‘Kennerley’ and ‘Kennerley Caring for Kids’ an incorporated association under the Associations Incorporation Act 1994 (Tas)

10  Schedule 1 (table – item 7)

After paragraph (cl) insert:

(cm) The Trustees of the Diocese of North West Australia

(cn) Anglican Diocese of Riverina

(co) Anglican Youth and Education Diocese of Sydney

(cp) GFS Sydney Incorporated (also known as Kidzlink Sydney Incorporated)

(cq) Firbank Grammar School

(cr) Robert Menzies College

(cs) Australian College of Theology Limited

11  Schedule 1 (table – item 59)

At paragraph (ar), omit the word “College”.

12  Schedule 1 (table – item 140)

Repeal paragraph (an).

13  Schedule 1 (table – item 140)

At paragraph (jm), omit the words “Ministries Incorporated” after “Outreach”.

14  Schedule 1 (table – item 141)

Substitute reference to “C3C” with “C3”.

15  Schedule 1 (table)

After item 154 to the table, insert:

155

Sisters of Charity of Australia

(a)                 Trustees of the Sisters of Charity of Australia            

(b)                 Any part of the religious congregation known as the Congregation of the Sisters of Charity of Australia, including any works which are or were, at the relevant time, canonically subject to the authority of the Congregational Leader of the Congregation of the Sisters of Charity of Australia, whether as an unincorporated association or as an incorporated entity and whether still existing or now defunct                       

(c)                 The Congregation of The Religious Sisters of Charity of Australia     

(d)                 St Vincent's Private Hospital Sydney                                               

(e)                 Sisters of Charity Community Care Limited                                      

(f)                  House of Hospitality, Darlinghurst

(g)                 Remote and Rural Ministry

(h)                 Downs and West Community Support

(i)                   St Joseph's Hospital NSW (as was canonically subject to the authority of the Congregation Leader of the Congregation of the Sisters of Charity of Australia from 1886 - 30 June 2009)                 

(j)                  St Vincent's Hospital Sydney (as was canonically subject to the authority of the Congregation Leader of the Congregation of the Sisters of Charity of Australia from 1857 - 30 June 2009)             

(k)                 The Mater Hospital NSW (as was canonically subject to the authority of the Congregation Leader of the Congregation of the Sisters of Charity of Australia from 2000 - 30 June 2009)                   

(l)                   Sacred Heart Health Service NSW (as was canonically subject to the authority of the Congregation Leader of the Congregation of the Sisters of Charity of Australia from 1890 - 30 June 2009)     

(m)               St Vincent's Clinic NSW (as was canonically subject to the authority of the Congregation Leader of the Congregation of the Sisters of Charity of Australia from 1990 - 30 June 2009)                                 

(n)                 St Vincent's Private Hospital Toowoomba (as was canonically subject to the authority of the Congregation Leader of the Congregation of the Sisters of Charity of Australia from 1922 - 30 June 2009)       

(o)                 St Vincent's Private Hospital Brisbane (as was canonically subject to the authority of the Congregation Leader of the Congregation of the Sisters of Charity of Australia from 1957 - 30 June 2009)            

(p)                 St Vincent's Private Hospital Northside (as was canonically subject to the authority of the Congregation Leader of the Congregation of the Sisters of Charity of Australia from 2001 - 30 June 2009)           

(q)                 St Vincent's Private Hospital Fitzroy (as was canonically subject to the authority of the Congregation Leader of the Congregation of the Sisters of Charity of Australia from 1938 - 30 June 2009)               

(r)                  St Vincent's Private Hospital Kew (as was canonically subject to the authority of the Congregation Leader of the Congregation of the Sisters of Charity of Australia from 1998 - 30 June 2009)                   

(s)                  St Vincent's Private Hospital East Melbourne (as was canonically subject to the authority of the Congregation Leader of the Congregation of the Sisters of Charity of Australia from 1998 - 30 June 2009)  

(t)                  St Vincent's Institute of Medical Research (as was canonically subject to the authority of the Congregation Leader of the Congregation of the Sisters of Charity of Australia from 1958 - 30 June 2009)       

(u)                 St Vincent's Hospital Melbourne (as was canonically subject to the authority of the Congregation Leader of the Congregation of the Sisters of Charity of Australia from 1893 - 30 June 2009)                     

(v)                 Caritas Christi Hospice (as was canonically subject to the authority of the Congregation Leader of the Congregation of the Sisters of Charity of Australia from 1938 - 30 June 2009)

(w)                Mt St Michael's College (as was canonically subject to the authority of the Congregation Leader of the Congregation of the Sisters of Charity of Australia from 1941 - 30 June 2009)                                 

(x)                 St Vincent's College (as was canonically subject to the authority of the Congregation Leader of the Congregation of the Sisters of Charity of Australia from 1858 - 30 June 2009)                                      

(y)                 St Columba's College (as was canonically subject to the authority of the Congregation Leader of the Congregation of the Sisters of Charity of Australia from 1897 - 30 June 2009)                                    

(z)                 Catholic Ladies' College (as was canonically subject to the authority of the Congregation Leader of the Congregation of the Sisters of Charity of Australia from 1902 - 30 June 2009)                                

(aa)       Mary Aikenhead Education Limited (as was canonically subject to the authority of the Congregation Leader of the Congregation of the Sisters of Charity of Australia from 4 June 2009 - 30 June 2009)      

(ab)       Bethlehem College Ashfield (as was canonically subject to the authority of the        Congregation Leader of the Congregation of the Sisters of Charity of Australia from 1881 - 1991)    

(ac)       Mount Carmel College, Tasmania (as was canonically subject to the authority of the Congregation Leader of the Congregation of the Sisters of Charity of Australia from 1957 - 1997)   

(ad)      Mary Aikenhead Ministries (as was canonically subject to the authority of the Congregation Leader of the Congregation of the Sisters of Charity of Australia from 25 April 2008 - 30 June 2009)                 

(ae)       St Vincent's Healthcare Ltd (as was canonically subject to the authority of the Congregation Leader of the Congregation of the Sisters of Charity of Australia from 12 December 2000 – 30 June 2009)     

(af)         St Vincent's Health Australia Ltd (as was canonically subject to the authority of the Congregation Leader of the Congregation of the Sisters of Charity of Australia from 1 November 1999 – 30 June 2009)       

(ag)        St Vincent’s Private Hospital, Launceston (as was canonically subject to the authority of the Congregation Leader of the Congregation of the Sisters of Charity of Australia from 1944 - 2005)

(ah)        St Vincent’s Hospital Bathurst (as in existence from 1922 - 1979)  

(ai)        Babworth House, Darling Point (as in existence from 1961 - 1989)  

(aj)        St Vincent’s Hospital, Lismore (as in existence from 1921 - 1980)  

(ak)        St Joseph’s Hospice, Lismore (as in existence from 1937 - 1980)  

(al)        St Vincent’s Private Hospital, Robina (as in existence from 2000 - 2002)  

(am)        St Vincent’s Hospital, Fitzroy (as in existence from 1893 - 1991)  

(an)        Mt St Evin’s Private Hospital, Fitzroy (as in existence from 1906 - 1968)  

(ao)        St Vincent’s Maternity Hospital (as in existence from 1938 - 1971)  

(ap)        St John’s Girls High School, Auburn (as in existence from 1930 - 1977)  

(aq)        Marian College, Goulburn (as in existence from 1999)  

(ar)        St Mary’s Star of the Sea, Hurstville (as in existence from 1895 - 1960)  

(as)        Mount St Mary’s College, Katoomba (as in existence from 1901 - 1973)  

(at)        St Thomas’ Girls Superior School, Lewisham (as in existence from 1923 - 1962)  

(au)        St Mary’s Girls High School, Liverpool (as in existence from 1879 - 1969)  

(av)        Mount St Patrick’s, Paddington (as in existence from 1968 - 1978)  

(aw)        St Mary’s Commercial College, Paddington (as in existence from 1968 - 1978)  

(ax)        St Mary’s Cathedral Commercial College (as in existence from 1926 - 1967)  

(ay)        St Joseph’s College, Tasmania (as in existence from 1923 - 1957)  

(az)        Christ the King College, Braybrook (as in existence from 1987 - 1992)  

(ba)        Sancta Sophia, Victoria (as in existence from 1967 - 1990)  

(bb)        Project Dreaming Tracks (as in existence from 2002 – 2015)

(bc)        Richardson Centre, NSW (as in existence from 1982 - 1986)  

(bd)        Young Adults in Community, NSW (as in existence from 1989 - 1992)  

(be)        Caritas Christi Music Centre, NSW (as in existence from 1974 - 1999)  

(bf)        Theresian Club, Darlinghurst (as in existence from 1918 - 1999)  

(bg)        Theresian Emergency Centre (as in existence from 1966 - 1983)  

(bh)        Caritas Singers (as in existence from 1974 - 1992)  

(bi)        St Anne’s Orphanage, Liverpool (as in existence from 1888 - 1969)  

(bj)        St Anne’s Group Homes (as in existence from 1960 - 1977)  

(i)       11 Medley Avenue (as in existence from 1970 - 1977)  

(ii)     17 Medley Avenue (as in existence from 1970 - 1977)  

(iii)    Hindmarsh Avenue (as in existence from 1970 - 1977)  

(iv)   Carmel Cottage, 9 Loloma Street, Cabramatta (as in existence from 1971 - 1975)  

(v)     Lourdes Cottage, Dundas (as in existence from 1968 - 1970)  

(vi)   Carmel Cottage, West Ryde (as in existence from 1968 - 1972)  

(bk)        St Anne’s Emergency Centre (as in existence from 1979 - 1985)  

(bl)        Motor Mission (NSW) (as in existence from 1961 - 1986)  

(bm)        Voluntary Associates of the SoC (as in existence from 1977 - 1996)  

(bn)        Ephepheta Centre for the Deaf (as in existence from 1979 - 1986)  

(bo)         “Lisieux” Theresian Holiday Home (Padstow) (as in existence from 1938 - 1964)  

(bp)        Aboriginal Welfare Ministry (as in existence from 1970 until 1982)  

(bq)        Tree of Hope HIV/AIDS Ministry (as in existence from 1996 - 2006)  

(br)        Downs and West Drought Appeal (as in existence from 2007-2010)  

(bs)         “Bimbadeen” Family Home (as in existence from 1976-1980)  

(bt)        Outreach Devonport (as in existence from 2000 – 2008)  

(bu)        St Joseph’s Orphanage, Hobart (as in existence from 1879 -1958)  

(bv)        St Joseph’s Orphanage School (as in existence from 1879 – 1958)  

(bw)        Aikenhead House, Hobart (as in existence from 1958 – 22 February 1970)  

(bx)        Villa Maria Family Home, Howrah (as in existence from 1968 – 1978)  

(by)        Villa Maria Family Home, New Town (as in existence from 1964 – 1967)  

(bz)        Carinya Family Home, Rosny (as in existence from 1969-1978)  

(ca)        Loreto Family Home, Taroona (6 Norwood Ave) (as in existence from 1966 – 1972)  

(cb)        Loreto Family Home, Taroona (as in existence from 1972 – 1974)  

(cc)        37 Taroona Crescent (as in existence from 1976 – 1982)  

(cd)        St Joseph’s Care Centre, Taroona (as in existence from 1970 – 1978)  

(ce)        St Joseph’s Crisis Accommodation (as in existence from 1978 – 1999)  

(cf)         “Santa Casa” Holiday Home, Bayswater (as in existence from 1949 – 1976)  

(cg)         “Blake Cottage”, Castlemaine (as in existence from 2003 – 2014)  

(ch)         “Carmelita”, Theresian Club, Fitzroy (as in existence from 1929 - 1968)  

(ci)         “Comely Bank”, Healesville (as in existence from 1999 – 2011)  

(cj)        Rosebank Centre, Strathmore (as in existence from 1994 – 2002)  

(ck)       Motor Mission (Victoria) (as in existence from 1968 - 1972)  

(cl)        Bethania Novitiate, Potts Point (as in existence from 1915 – 1953)  

(cm)      Caritas Christi Novitiate (as in existence from 1953 – 1974)  

(cn)        Monte Oliveto College (as in existence from 1880 – 1963)  

(co)        St Vincent’s Training College (as in existence from 1896 – 1968)  

(cp)        Migrant Education (as in existence in 1990)  

(cq)        Bethany (Caritas Christi) Retreat House, Wahroonga (as in existence from 1951 – 1998)  

(cr)        Caritas Christi Conference Centre (as in existence from 1974 – 1998)  

(cs)        Cherbourg Murgon Ministry (as in existence in 1998)  

(ct)        Aboriginal Awareness Project (as in existence from 1992 – 2001)  

 

 

156

Ursuline Nuns of the Roman Union of Ursuline  

 

 

(a)                 Trustees of the Ursuline Nuns of the Roman Union of Ursuline

(b)                 The Ursuline Community

(c)                 Ursula College ANU (as was subject to the authority of the Ursuline Nuns of the Roman Union of Ursuline from January 1968 to 6 January 2004)

(d)                 St Ursula’s College, Toowoomba (as was subject to the authority of the Ursuline Nuns of the Roman Union of Ursuline from 1931 to September 2016)

(e)                 St Ursula’s College, Armidale (as in existence from September 1882 to December 1978)

(f)                  St Ursula’s College, Ashbury (as in existence from January 1939 to December 1965)

(g)                 St Ursula’s College, Duporth (as in existence from February 1925 to December 1957)

(h)                 St Ursula’s College, Dutton Park (as in existence from February 1919 to December 1975)

(i)                   St Ursula’s College, Mt Macedon (as in existence from January 1950 to December 1954)

 

157

MercyCare

(a)                 MercyCare Limited

(b)                 Mercy Community Services Limited

(c)                 Mercy Hospital Mount Lawley Limited

(d)                 Mercy Human Services Limited

 

158

Missionary Franciscan Sisters of the Immaculate Conception

(a)                 Institute of the Missionary Franciscan Sisters of the Immaculate Conception

(b)                 Institute of the Missionary Franciscan Sisters of the Immaculate as the Operator of a Public Benevolent Institution, the Delamore Retirement Community

(c)                 Mount Alvernia College (as in existence from 1956 to 2017)

 

159

Kennerley

(a)                 Kennerley Childrens Home Inc, also known as ‘Kennerley’ and ‘Kennerley Caring for Kids’

(b)                 The Trustee of the Kennerley Trust to the extent that the Trustee was not an individual

(c)                 The Trust Governor of the Kennerley Trust to the extent that the Trust Governor was not an individual

(d)                 Kennerley Cottage Care

(e)                 Kennerley Children’s Homes (as managed under the Trust Deed referred to in the Kennerley Trust Act 2015 (Tas))

(f)                  Boys’ Home Industrial School (as managed under the Trust Deed referred to in the Kennerley Trust Act 2015 (Tas))

(g)                 Kennerley Boys’ Home (as managed under the Trust Deed referred to in the Kennerley Trust Act 2015 (Tas))

(h)                 Boys’ Home (as managed under the Trust Deed referred to in the Kennerley Trust Act 2015 (Tas))

(i)                   Boys’ Industrial School (as managed under the Trust Deed referred to in the Kennerley Trust Act 2015 (Tas))

(j)                  Hobart Boys’ Home and Industrial School (as managed under the Trust Deed referred to in the Kennerley Trust Act 2015 (Tas))

(k)                 Kennerley Boys’ Industrial School (as managed under the Trust Deed referred to in the Kennerley Trust Act 2015 (Tas))

(l)                   Kennerley Home  (as managed under the Trust Deed referred to in the Kennerley Trust Act 2015 (Tas))

 

160

The King’s School

(a)                 The Council of the King’s School