Regarding the Abuse Inquiry, I found this 20-second video:
This evidence session of the Home Affairs Committee was a conversation with the Chair of the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse [IICSA] and two Panel Members. It ended with Panel Member Ivor Frank asserting their independence, as “your institution is one of the ones we are meant to investigate.”
I had made contact to hand a document to the Chair and was duly impressed by the team’s efforts to stand up for themselves – with two MPs acting on behalf of survivor groups. Shortly afterwards, I got invited to attend the next Victims and Survivors Forum.
After sending them a lot of emails, links and documents as case no 45, I am really pleased, now they have 2,000 cases according to the timeline accompanying this article: Victims could sue child sex abuse inquiry over trauma. When you watch this excellent documentary with over 350,000 views, you can only sympathise:
- groomed children don’t even dare to tell their parents about the abuse by their teachers;
- the teachers are NOT properly prosecuted, as the Judiciary is on their side;
- the victims turned survivors don’t get ANY moral damages or financial compensation…
Even from my perspective, the IICSA has a lot of issues to cover. But the most challenging ones seem to be: Continue reading