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Stakeholder engagement toolkit

The Truth Projectpart of the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse, enables victims and survivors of child sexual abuse to share their experiences in a confidential setting.

Provided with the opportunity to share as much or as little as they wish, victims and survivors can put forward recommendations for change and make an important contribution to the work of the Inquiry.

Help us to reach your communities

We are keen to work with our stakeholders to ensure all victims and survivors of child sexual abuse know about the opportunities available to them through the Truth Project. There are a range of different ways in which you can support us through reaching out to individuals within your community, as well as your own stakeholders, partners, service users and colleagues.

This Toolkit provides information, resources and ideas on how you can support the Inquiry’s work and raise awareness of the Truth Project.

Supporting the Inquiry

We have provided a range of ideas on how you can support and raise awareness of us among your communities, from posting on social media to inviting us to share information at an event  you are holding.

Stakeholder engagement resources library

We have produced a variety of materials and resources to support you in building awareness of the Truth Project and the Inquiry’s work.  These include posters, booklets, audiovisual content, social media and website content, as well as silent screens. All materials are available electronically through our stakeholder engagement library.

Thank you for supporting the Inquiry!

Your support helps ensure that as many individuals as possible are aware of the Truth Project and how sharing an experience of child sexual abuse could better protect children in future.

For further support and information, or to let us know how you’ve been supporting the Inquiry and raising awareness of the Truth Project, email us at

Get in touch

If you wish to ask a question about the Inquiry or would like to find out more about sharing your experience, please contact us, or see our Victims and survivors page.  You can get in touch using any of the options below, but please don’t give details of any abuse at this stage.

We aim to respond to all calls, emails and letters within 15 working days, however, it may take longer to respond in busier periods.

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