Catholic Church Paid $276 MILLION To Sex Abuse Victims In Australia

Catholic Church paid $276m to sex abuse victims in Australia

H/t reader squodgy:

“Richer than you think.”

Paid directly from Satan’s petty cash.


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    Australian churches, charitable organisations and schools may have to pay the majority of $4.3 billion worth of compensation to victims of child sexual abuse.

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    It would cost $4.3 billion over 10 years to provide redress to the 65,000 victims of child sex abuse in Australia, the royal commission says, with government footing nearly half the bill.

    How much does Australia spend on child protection?
    According to the Productivity Commission’s Report on Government Services (link is external) (Steering Committee for the Review of Government Service Provision [SCRGSP], 2016), in the year 2014-15 the following amounts were spent directly on providing services to children who had experienced, or who were at risk of experiencing, child abuse and neglect in Australia.

    Nationally, approximately $4.3 billion was spent on child protection, out-of-home care services, family support services and intensive family support services (see Box 1 for definitions) in 2014-15, which was an increase of 5.8% ($239.2 million) from 2013-14. Of this expenditure, out-of-home care services accounted for the majority (56.2%, or $2.4 billion). Since 2011-12, the national expenditure on child protection and out-of-home care services has shown an average annual increase of 3.9% per year for the past 4 years, equating to a total increase of $472.5 million.

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