Child Sexual Abuse Inquiry 'Truth Project' publishes first anthology

On Tuesday 16th October, the Child Sexual Abuse Inquiry published the first ever online anthology dedicated to the experiences of victims and survivors of child sexual abuse in England and Wales.

125 accounts shared with the Inquiry’s Truth Project, including 31 new experiences detailing the abuse and failures by institutions including schools, the RAF, Scouts and the World War Two evacuation scheme are available to read here: https://www.truthproject.org.uk/experiences-shared. Inquiry Chair Alexis Jay says she hopes that by publishing these accounts will help tackle the stigma of child sexual abuse.

To help challenge the stigma of child sexual abuse, the BSCB supports the Inquiry's aim to raise awareness of these accounts amongst victims and survivors.

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