Goddard Inquiry on Child Sexual Abuse – also known as IICSA

A new category has been added to the veronafathersmirfield.com Blog.

The category comes under the heading the ‘Goddard inquiry.’

This Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA( will investigate whether public bodies and other non-state institutions have taken seriously their duty of care to protect children from sexual abuse in England and Wales.

The Inquiry, more commonly known as the Goddard Inquiry will:

– identify institutional failings where they are found to exist;

– demand accountability for past institutional failings;

– support victims and survivors to share their experience of sexual abuse, and make practical recommendations to ensure that children are given the care and protection they need.

The Inquiry is independent of government.

The Inquiry is led by Hon. Dame Lowell Goddard, who is supported by a Panel, a Victims and Survivors Consultative Panel, and other expert advisers.

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If there are people who were abused as children by the Comboni Missionaries, and want the Comboni Missionaries – also known as the Verona Fathers – to be questioned and held accountable for the childhood abuse they suffered, they can contact the Goddard Inquiry direct by using the link:

https://www.iicsa.org.uk/share-your-experience

…or you can make contact through the Blog.

Mark.

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One response to “Goddard Inquiry on Child Sexual Abuse – also known as IICSA

  1. Dame Lowell Goddard is part of the New Zealand judiciary who have a history of covering up child sex crimes. I should know – when our under age child was victim of sex crimes committed by a gang in Auckland, the NZ judiciary gagged our whole family in order to cover up. http://bit.ly/ourNZexperience

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