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Inquiry encourages child sexual abuse survivors to come to the Truth Project

6 January 2020

The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse is today re-launching a public awareness campaign to ensure victims and survivors of child sexual abuse can be heard at the Truth Project.

Created in consultation with victims and survivors, the Truth Project campaign aims to encourage people to share their experience in writing, on the phone or in person, as well as create a public discussion around the impact of child sexual abuse.

The awareness raising campaign comprises TV, press and radio advertisements and will run from 6 January until the end of March.

The advertisement shows blank speech bubbles floating above people in locations across England and Wales, representing the difficulties many victims and survivors face in talking about their experiences of child sexual abuse.

Over 4,000 experiences have now been shared with the Truth Project.

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