abuse inquiry
After being granted core participant status into the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) family members of the late Lord Janner have claimed that they will try to undermine the abuse inquiry from within. Responding to the decision, Peter Garsden – who is representing a group action against Lord Janner and Leicestershire County Council
Truth Project
In a move that has been widely derided, the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) has taken its truth project to prisons in a hope to take reports from inmates who were allegedly abused as children. The move will see inquiry staff enter prisons and talk to inmates who were allegedly abused as children,
In the past three years more than 35 public schools have been embroiled in child abuse allegations with claims arising that a number of elite institutions are adopting a nonchalant attitude to child abuse in a bid to protect their reputations. The findings, which came after a Sunday Times investigation, have strengthened calls for mandatory
Child poverty
A campaign group have published a hard-hitting short film to highlight the link between child poverty and abuse, in the hope that it raises awareness and brings an end to the correlation between these factors in our communities. The short film, Gaslighting, is based on true events and follows a young girl, Brooke, who has