Researching Reform: Child Abuse Inquiry – Starting block or stumbling block?
Since its inception in July, the Independent
Panel Inquiry has made several
serious but avoidable faux pas and continues to function without a Chair,
arguably its most vital member. But what else has the Inquiry done to date and
is it more of a hindrance than a help in the quest to safeguard Britain’s
children from abuse and exploitation?
a meeting in the House of Commons last Thursday, MPs met to discuss the
Panel Inquiry and its progress. It was confirmed that the Inquiry had attended
two sessions described as listening meetings with survivors of child abuse to
hear their thoughts, and to take on board …read more
Source: Family Law News