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The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse is committed to releasing as much information about its work as possible, subject to legal or operational issues.  

Journalists can contact us via our press office pressoffice@iicsa.org.uk

Significant updates and new information about the Inquiry are also posted on the Inquiry Twitter account @InquiryCSA

This page will hold copies of all update notes, overview notes, legal documents and press notices issued by the Inquiry team.

Welsh victims and survivors to join Inquiry panel

15 August 2017 The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse announces that May Baxter-Thornton and Emma Lewis will join the Victim and Survivor Consultative Panel.

Inquiry publishes updated management statement and financial report Q1 2017-18

11 August 2017

We have today published an updated management statement and our financial report for the first quarter of 2017 which details the Inquiry’s spending for salaries, legal costs, and safeguarding.

Request for literature: The scale of online-facilitated Child Sexual Abuse

8 August 2017

The Inquiry and the University of Huddersfield are reviewing available information about the scale of the problem of online CSA.

Inquiry takes Truth Project to Caernarfon and Bangor

8 August 2017

Victims and survivors of child sexual abuse are being invited to share their experiences in confidence with the Truth Project in North Wales this October.

Inquiry announces determination in the Roman Catholic Church investigation

28 July 2017

On Tuesday 6 June the Inquiry held a preliminary hearing in relation to its investigation into allegations of child sexual abuse in the Roman Catholic Church.  A number of submissions were made by Counsel to the Inquiry, Miss Karmy-Jones QC, and legal representatives of core participants.

The Chair of the Inquiry, Professor Alexis Jay OBE has made the following determination:

Final day in Child Migration Programmes case study public hearing

25 July 2017

Tomorrow, (Wednesday 26 July) the Inquiry will hear closing statements from all the core participants on the final day of public hearings in the Child Migration Programmes case study, part of its Protection of Children Outside the UK investigation.

The hearing, which is open to the press and public, will be held at the International Dispute Resolution Centre (IDRC - full address below), at 10.30am and will be available to watch as a live stream, subject to a 5 minute delay at www.iicsa.org.uk/live

Michael May to take new role at the Inquiry

17 July 2017

The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) has today announced that Michael May has been appointed as Head of London and the South East Inquiry offices

Inquiry opens two tenders for the provision of fieldwork to support qualitative research with children and young people in custody & for the provision of fieldwork to support child sexual exploitation qualitative research

17 July 2017

The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) Research Project is seeking to commission a contractor with expertise in delivering high quality in-depth research interviews with sexual offenders. Experience of leading depth interviews with vulnerable people in secure settings is essential, alongside providing supervision to other interviewers and a proven track record of delivering high quality qualitative research for government or other such clients.

Inquiry seminar: Impacts of CSA, support needs and support services - Day two summary

6 July 2017

Yesterday (5 July), the Chair and Panel heard testimony from victims and survivors and experts on the needs of child victims and the support services available to them

Inquiry seminar: Impacts of CSA, support needs and support services - Day one summary

4 July 2017

Victims, survivors and experts talked about the impact of child sexual abuse during an Inquiry Seminar held today (4 July).

The Seminar, which is being held across two days, will enable the Inquiry to gather information and views for consideration.

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