Dilworth School has published details of its proposed scheme to investigate and cover victims of sexual violence.

More than 130 survivors joined a human rights lawsuit filed by the Human Rights Commission alleging that the Dilworth School failed to protect students from systemic sexual violence between 1970 and 2006.

It comes after 12 people were arrested and charged with alleged sex crimes at school.

Dillworth has not yet appointed a person to lead the investigation, but the draft terms say it will address the scale of the abuses and the factors that have caused or contributed to it since the 1950s. Read on

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