Below are some books, articles, and news material, which explore more deeply the events and the experiences of Centrepoint, from the perspective of a few individuals.
Other written material
We, the children of Centrepoint, are breaking through the silence
As Centrepoint once again becomes a focus of media attention, Dr Caroline Ansley, a survivor of the North Shore commune, asks in this Spin-Off article why the work of grappling with its legacy continues to fall on those who suffered.
Centrepoint Survivors on Speaking out and Reconciliation
Centrepoint survivors want justice for the children who suffered abuse, writes Anke Richter, for The Herald. Three survivors from an infamous New Zealand sex cult are breaking their silence to call for restorative justice for the children who were abused.
Centrepoint: The Healing
Anke Richter opens up the story again in catching up with some of Centrepoint's children in 2018, for this North & South article. She provides another insight to the journeys of the forgotten children that were part of the community and where they are now, what they are doing and how they have established their adult lives beyond Centrepoint
Anke Richter tells the story of her emotional journey through the labyrinth of the post-Bert Potter world of Centrepoint Community to North & South. She profiles the stories of some of the people who lived there as children and teenagers and the trauma they experienced, which is still unacknowledged by the majority to the adults who lived there at the time.