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Over 6000 victims and survivors of child sexual abuse have now shared their experience with the Truth Project, part of the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse aiming to better protect children now and in the future.

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A new art participation project has informed and produced a series of original artworks in response to the significant rise in psychological abuse and domestic abuse during the Covid-19 pandemic. Artist Veronica Rowlands worked alongside Clinical Psychologist Dr Thomas...

At the beginning of Little Jacob, we are introduced to a man, clearly accustomed to being alone, as he goes about his mundane daily routines in his run-down apartment. Left in silence to observe, we get an insight into his life: drab and monotonous, with an...

Tactics exploited by perpetrators working in institutions enable child sexual abuse to continue, according to a new research study from the Independent Inquiry into...

You’ve very recently been on the receiving end of racist abuse on Twitter. How did you feel when you first saw those tweets?
Initially, the tweets left me feeling numb. A survivalist mentality kicked in; one that I recognise from a much earlier age....

We’ve had articles focusing on those who have experienced sexual abuse and sexual violence:

'I don't think I really had the language to say what was...

More than 5,000 victims and survivors have shared experiences of child sexual abuse with the Truth Project, part of the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse...

In April this year, the National Crime Agency revealed that 300,000 people in the UK pose a sexual threat to children online. Even more alarmingly, the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) reported a 50 per cent increase in reports of images and videos containing child sexual...

The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse has published new research into child sexual abuse in healthcare contexts, which finds that healthcare practitioners abused their positions of trust and...

Six months of Covid-19 (to date) has shone a spotlight on the continued crises of both domestic violence and housing. The presumption that home is a universal sanctuary available to all is naively presumptuous, whilst domestic abuse has risen dramatically during this time of...