Troubled tycoon Sir Owen Glenn will not attend the release of his much-awaited People's Report tomorrow.
The Glenn Inquiry was set up 19 months ago to tackle the issue of child abuse and domestic violence and will posted it on the inquiry's website at noon.
The inquiry said the People's Report "summarises and analyses the experiences of about 500 survivors, frontline workers and offenders who told their stories to the inquiry".
"It gives those most affected a voice at the table in designing a better system for addressing New Zealand's domestic violence and child abuse statistics."
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A spokeswoman for the inquiry, Marie McNicholas, said Glenn was in Europe. "He came back a few weeks ago and checked on progress but he's happy to leave it to the management team to see it through."
The Glenn Inquiry, which was funded with $80 million Glenn pledged to fight child abuse, has been criticised for the time it has taken and abuse survivors are concerned about what was happening to their details.