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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.

Seminar: Understanding current approaches to the prevention of child sexual abuse in healthcare settings - Day 2

27 September 2017 Healthcare professionals discussed how to prevent child sexual abuse in healthcare settings at day two of the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse’s seminar today.

Seminar: Understanding current approaches to the prevention of child sexual abuse in healthcare settings

26 September 2017

Representatives from a range of healthcare organisations took part in discussions on child protection today, at a seminar held by the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse.

Understanding current approaches to the prevention of child sexual abuse in healthcare settings

18 September 2017

The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse is to hold a two day seminar on 26 and 27 September to examine the prevention of child sexual abuse in healthcare settings.

Two preliminary hearings to be held in September

12 September 2017

The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse will hold preliminary hearings in relation to two of its investigations.

Inquiry takes Truth Project to North East Lincolnshire

11 September 2017

Victims and survivors of child sexual abuse are being invited to share their experiences in confidence with the Truth Project in Grantham and Grimsby this November.

Consultation on the impact of child sexual abuse and support services to close on Tuesday 12 September

8 September 2017

In June this year, the Inquiry launched a consultation on the impact of child sexual abuse and the access to and use of support services.

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.

Inquiry takes Truth Project to Leeds

7 September 2017

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

Inquiry opens core participant applications for Westminster investigation

30 August 2017

We are today publishing an update note and inviting applications for core participant status in the Westminster investigation.

Individuals and organisations that wish to be designated as a core participant in relation to the Westminster investigation are asked to submit their application by 4pm on 27 October 2017.

A preliminary hearing in relation to this investigation will be scheduled to take place at the Inquiry’s hearing centre at 18 Pocock Street, London SE1 0BW in January 2018. Further details will be published on our website.

Review of previous reports and inquiries into child sexual abuse

29 August 2017

Last December, the Chair of the Inquiry, Professor Alexis Jay OBE produced a comprehensive work programme which stated that in August, we would set out how we will approach the work to review previous inquiries and reports into child sexual abuse.

Inquiry takes Truth Project to London

24 August 2017 The Truth Project, part of the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse, gives individuals who experienced sexual abuse in childhood an opportunity to tell a representative of the Inquiry anything that they wish to tell us. 
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