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Inquiry Seminar: Preventing and responding to Child Sexual Abuse, learning about best practice from overseas

News | 7 April

On Wednesday 12 April an Inquiry Seminar will be held on preventing and responding to Child Sexual Abuse and learning about best practice from overseas.  

On the same day, the Inquiry will publish a report prepared by the University of Central Lancashire on what can be learnt from jurisdictions outside England and Wales about protecting children from sexual abuse. The Seminar will hear from experts about what England and Wales can learn from best practice overseas.

The Seminar will be held in the International Dispute Resolution Centre (IDRC), London and will be live streamed, subject to a five minute delay, on our website.

The IDRC is a 10 minute walk from Blackfriars underground station (Circle and District Line) and five minutes from City Thameslink. Directions and location are here.

The Seminar will be open to the public, however, seating is likely to be limited and therefore it will be allocated on a first come, first served, basis. Attendees should also allow sufficient time to pass through security checks at the venue.

For your security everyone entering the hearing centre must undergo a security search with a hand-held metal detector. If you have any concerns about this please ask to speak to a support worker. For more information about attending a seminar or hearing please read this document.

The full agenda and participant list are available in the library section of our website.

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