Should sex offenders keep their super?
Many offenders who remain incarcerated can use their superannuation upon release to return to their lives luxuriating in their super, whilst their survivors generally are unemployed due to the longstanding impact these horrendous crimes have had on them. Our guests today, Andrew Carpenter and Adam Washbourne, are some of the front runners calling on the government to reform the Bankruptcy Act, so that child sex offenders’ superannuation can be used to help victim-survivors rebuild their lives.
Learn more about Fighters Against Child Abuse Australia here: https://www.facaaus.org/
Host: Meshel Laurie. You can find her on Instagram
Guests: Andrew Carpenter and Adam Washbourne
Producer/Editor: Matthew Tankard
Executive Producer: Jacqueline Tonks
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