Child Abuse Inquiry: Chair Under Fire For Marginalising Victims Of Abuse

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Last month, whilst being questioned by the Home Affairs Committee, Lowell Goddard, new Chair for the Child Abuse Inquiry tentatively suggested the creation of a separate panel for survivors and victims of child abuse. She also explained her desire to create a separate panel to that of the core Inquiry panel – and it is this reasoning that has this week ignited a new row.

Although Justice Goddard offered up the suggestion of a standalone panel for survivors and victims in order to give them a voice within the Inquiry, she also clarified her decision not to integrate them onto the core panel. The reason she gave was that she felt they would not be impartial investigators, and therefore a potential source of difficulty for the Inquiry.

This morning victims have lashed out at Goddard and Home Secretary Theresa May for what they feel is a marginalisation of their…

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One Response to Child Abuse Inquiry: Chair Under Fire For Marginalising Victims Of Abuse

  1. Anonymous says:

    I am a survivor of abuse and slowly I am giving up again of justice as I think its a joke that they don’t want to help survivors if it was war survivors there given everything we are survivors of civel crimes organized by government for government to abuse innocent children and personally why get a foreign chair when Michael Mansfield was waiting for a call to do it I think they have tainted judge Goddard and the proof will be in the pudding

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