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Four Person Panel named in Child Sexual Abuse (Goddard) Inquiry

A new four-person panel has been named by Home Secretary Theresa May, as the inquiry into child sex abuse in England and Wales officially starts work. The panel members are Professor Alexis Jay, Drusilla Sharpling, Ivor Frank and Professor Malcolm Evans. They will serve alongside the New Zealand judge, Lowell Goddard, who is heading the […]

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Survivors Alliance Initiative (incl TST) – Response to CSA Inquiry (IICSA)

Statement of Purpose The Survivors Trust and MACSAS (Minister and Clergy Sexual Abuse Survivors) have collaborated to establish the Survivors’ Alliance, which has brought together a wide range of survivor groups, supporting professionals, expert advisers and individual survivors. The five aims of the Survivors’ Alliance are: To strive to represent survivors nationwide in engaging with […]

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Mandate NOW Response: Mandatory Reporting – NSPCC Position is Contradictory

  There are three possible categories of argument for keeping the disclosure of abuse in Regulated Activities1 discretionary. 1. That the reporting rate is already so high that no compulsion is required. 2. That although the reporting rate is not very high, mandatory reporting would not increase it significantly 3. That a low rate of reporting is […]

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