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John Murray

John Murray was the recipient of the HREOC Human Rights Award (Community, Individual) 2004 for his work around the institutional abuse and neglect of children in care. He was a member of the NSW Health Ministerial Advisory Committee on Post Mortem Procedures following the Walker Inquiry into Glebe Morgue, and presently sits on the Taskforce advising the NSW Minister for Community Services on the feasibility of organ donations from children who die in the care of the state.


From the cradle to the grave
Health - 14/08/2007
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