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Inquiry launches consultation on the impact of CSA and support services

News | 13 June

The Inquiry has today launched a consultation on the impact of child sexual abuse on victim and survivors and access to and use of support services.

The consultation marks the start of an ongoing engagement with victims and survivors and their families to gather views about support service provision. The consultation will be open for three months, from now until early September.

The consultation will examine a series of issues relating to victims’ and survivors’ experiences of support services. There are questions dealing with a range of issues connected to the impact of abuse and support service provision. We want to know more about experiences of the different types of support and the differences in the way they are experienced by children and adults.  

The consultation document can be accessed here.

You can reply to our questionnaire here.

The consultation is open to anyone who is a victim and survivor of child sexual abuse (or those who wish to complete the survey on behalf of a victim or survivor).

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