Were You Abused At An Islington Children’s Home? Support And Advice.

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A website dedicated to helping children who were abused in Islington Care Homes has been set up by a survivor of abuse in collaboration with Liz Davies, the social worker who first exposed the Islington Abuse scandal in 1992.

The Islington Survivors Network offers all sorts of information, from support helplines,  to a list of contacts which includes politicians, whistleblowers and journalists. There is even a list of charged abusers who have been publicly named.

The Network is also actively involved in the nation’s Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse, and there is a Survivors’ Contact Form for anyone who is a survivor or has been a child witness to abuse. There is a separate contact form for adult witnesses.

The site also says the following:

“If you are a victim of or witness to physical, sexual, emotional abuse or neglect, within an Islington Children’s Home, Foster Home, Adoptive…

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I'm a mathematician and system analyst formerly at CERN in Geneva and became an event organiser, software designer, independent web publisher and online promoter of Open Justice. My most significant scientific contribution is www.smartknowledge.space
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2 Responses to Were You Abused At An Islington Children’s Home? Support And Advice.

  1. Pingback: Were You Abused At An Islington Children’s Home? Support And Advice. | National Inquiry into Organised, Orchestrated & Historic Child Sexual Abuse | fighting for the rights of childrens human rights

  2. meggiemom says:

    I am having people contact me and asking me to help them about there abuse at daw end school


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