The outline for lawyer Maria Berryman's review of Labour Party processes has been released.
It was ordered in light of a boozy party at a camp at Waihi, which resulted in allegations of sexual assault.
The review will look at whether the Party's processes in place at the time of the camp were lawful, whether they were applied correctly and whether a safe environment was provided for attending young people.
It will also assess the management of events and handling of complaints.
Berryman will have the power to make recommendations to the Labour Party, but won't be looking specifically into the four complaints.
She's made it clear however, she's open to hear from anyone who wishes to come forward about any other sexual assaults at previous Labour Party events.