IGADF Afghanistan Inquiry Welfare Support
ADF personnel and their families involved in, or affected by, the Afghanistan Inquiry are supported by their chain-of-command and also have access to a range of other assistance including mental health, medical, legal, pastoral and social work services.
Former serving ADF personnel and their families involved in, or affected by, the Afghanistan Inquiry have access to support from DVA and Defence, who provide medical and mental health services, and in some cases, legal support.
For more information visit https://afghanistaninquiry.defence.gov.au/
Defence and the Department of Veterans’ Affairs care about the welfare of all personnel involved in the IGADF Afghanistan Inquiry and are committed to ensuring there is access to support for individuals and their families
Call for Information About Rumours of Possible Breaches of the Laws of Armed Conflict in Afghanistan
The Inspector-General of the Australian Defence Force is conducting an Inquiry into rumours of possible breaches of the Laws of Armed Conflict by members of the Australian Defence Force in Afghanistan, between 2005 and 2016.
The Inquiry would like anyone who has information regarding possible breaches of the Laws of Armed Conflict by Australian forces in Afghanistan, or rumours of them, to contact the Inquiry via http://www.defence.gov.au/mjs/igadf-afghanistan-inquiry.asp.