Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse – Interim Report

//Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse – Interim Report

The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse has published its Interim Report.

The Interim Report provides an overview of the work undertaken by the Inquiry to date and progress so far, and includes what the Inquiry Panel considers to be the key emerging themes.

The report bring together themes emerging from the five public hearings  held over the past 18 months and  analysis of existing research and seminar discussions. Over 1,000 victims and survivors have now participated in the Truth Project.

The Interim Report provides a clear account of the Inquiry’s work so far and the themes already emerging. It includes recommendations for specific changes which will help to better protect children from sexual abuse.

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2018-05-15T11:59:59+00:00 15th May 2018|0 Comments

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