PM announces $146M strategy to combat child sex abuse | 9 News Australia

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Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced an imminent 10-year national strategy for the prevention of child sexual abuse. The Commonwealth has set aside $146 million for the first four years of the national plan.

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