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Services for Deaf users

Sessions in person and by video link have now concluded. Deaf victims and survivors of child sexual abuse can still share their experience in writing. We need to receive written experiences by 31 October 2021. 

"Deaf children are some of the most vulnerable in society and by specifically making provision for those with hearing difficulties we can empower all Deaf victims and survivors to come forward, if they choose”  - Deaf Inquiry staff member

Share your experience in writing

If you’d like to share your experience in writing, you don’t need to make an appointment. You decide when and how you want to write about what happened to you.

About the Truth Project


Other Truth Project British Sign Language videos

Introduction to the inquiry

Services for deaf users - the Inquiry's Three Main Activities

Some of the testimony given in our Residential Schools Investigation has been signed and is available on our YouTube channel. The published report can be found here.

What's involved

Find out what taking part in the Truth Project involves and how it fits in with the Inquiry's work by downloading this booklet.

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