Exclusive: A victim-survivor has criticised pace of change saying nothing has been done since report’s release last August

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The New South Wales cabinet has approved $15m to carry out changes recommended in a scathing report that uncovered systemic bullying, five alleged sexual assaults and widespread harassment within the state’s parliament last year.

The money will fund 10 staff working to implement the Broderick report’s 31 recommendations including support services, training and progress monitoring.

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