The narrative is changing. For many years there has only been silence. There has been disconnection and shame. Only some people's stories have been heard. There has not been the freedom for open discourse which brings about change.
In 2021, the Centrepoint story will be told. The voices telling it will be different from those who told it in the past. They will bring reflection, maturity, dignity and insight, through their desire for connection and a better outcome for their children and for their children's children.
They will be asking for change.
Recent Media Promotions
North & South Anke Richter
14 June 2021
Inside the mind of a Centrepoint abuser
Stuff Adam Dudding
30 May 2021
As a new documentary about the notorious Auckland commune hits the small screen, Adam Dudding says the vault of Centrepoint stories is only just being cracked open.
Canvas Anke Richter
22 May 2021
Three brave women who were sexually abused as kids and teens at Centrepoint are coming forward in a new documentary - and starting a truth and reconciliation process.