Safeguarding related articles
The Domestic Abuse Bill returned to the Commons for its second reading this week, a reminder to think and act for those who during the COVID-19 restrictions are in lockdown with the very people who may cause them harm. The Bishop of of London, Sarah Mullally, highlights the issue in her latest blog .
Bishop Sarah is a member of the National Safeguarding Steering Group
STATEMENT / Bishop of Lincoln
NEWS / A transcript of the oral closing submission from the Archbishops' Council for the Peter Ball case study as part if the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) on 27 July 2018.
STATEMENT / BBC Panorama this Monday (April 29) will feature interviews with survivors of church-related abuse in a programme entitled 'Scandal in the Church of England'.
The BBC has confirmed it is screening a documentary on the Peter Ball case.
Statements from Bishop Stephen, Archbishop Justin and the National Safeguarding Team.
Blog from new lead safeguarding bishop as he takes up the role.
NEWS / Meg Munn, former MP and Government Minister, with a professional background in child and adult safeguarding issues, has been appointed as the first independent chair of the Church of England’s National Safeguarding Panel, (NSP).
NEWS / IICSA has announced today further details into the Peter Ball hearing to be held July 23-27 2018.
The National Safeguarding Team has commissioned the Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) to help improve how the Church treats people who have been abused or are at risk of harm.