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Over 3,000 participants for Truth Project

25 April 2019

More than 3,000 people have now shared their experience of child sexual abuse with the Inquiry’s Truth Project.

The Truth Project provides a confidential and supportive setting for victims and survivors of child sexual abuse to be heard.

There have been more than 15,000 expressions of interest since the Truth Project launch, with participants giving accounts in person, over the phone and in writing.

The figures are included in the Inquiry’s latest quarterly statistics which provide an update on its work, including investigations and research.

For example, they show the number of people who have got in touch with the Inquiry (21,317), the number of pages of evidence received (nearly two million) and the number of research reports published (11).

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