This blog reflects on the findings of the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse’s latest research report exploring child sexual abuse in ethnic minority communities.
With the new decade already promising further momentum regarding sexual abuse cases, specialist lawyers Bolt Burdon Kemp analysed online posts on social media and news forums to investigate how the public reacts to high-profiles cases of sexual assault and abuse.
The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse published its Interim Report on April 25. This is a progress report which the Inquiry was obliged to produce by its remit. The full report is 109 pages. My first impression is that Professor Jay – the most recent in a series of chairs – is on top […]
The Mayor’s Office for Policing And Crime (MOPAC) has commissioned Opinion Research Services (ORS), an independent social research company, to work with the independent Victims’ Commissioner for London – Claire Waxman – to undertake a review of London’s support services and their compliance with the Code of Practice for Victims of Crime. This online survey […]
As part of a study being conducted by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office Acumen Fieldwork are looking to speak to men and women about the support they received after experiencing sexual assault whilst overseas. They are also looking to speak with the friends and family of men and women who have experienced sexual assault whilst […]