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Seminar topics

Criminal Injuries Compensation

In these seminars, we aimed to discuss and gather information on the following points:

Criminal Justice System

This two-day seminar focused on the way in which cases of child sexual abuse were dealt with by the criminal justice system.

Health Sector

This two-day seminar examined whether existing arrangements to prevent child sexual abuse in healthcare settings were effective.

Mandatory reporting of child sexual abuse

Mandatory reporting is a legal requirement to report knowledge or suspicions of a crime to a designated authority. These seminars examined obligations to report child sexual abuse, and the pros, cons and practical considerations of mandatory reporting.

Preventing and responding to child sexual abuse

The Inquiry commissioned the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) to undertake a Rapid Evidence Assessment (REA) exploring what can be learnt from different jurisdictions, outside of England and Wales, about the role of institutions in preventing child sexual abuse and

Social and political narratives about child sexual abuse

This half-day seminar explored child sexual abuse narratives and the way in which they have affected the practice of institutions and professionals responsible for preventing and responding to it.

The Civil Justice System

This seminar was held across November and December 2016 and covered the following:

Victims and survivors’ experiences

This two-day seminar focused on victims and survivors and their experiences of the impacts of child sexual abuse.
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