pdf ALLEGATIONS | Keeping Children Safe: Allegations concerning the abuse or neglect of children in care final report, Nina Biehal et al. June 2014

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NSPCC 14 Keeping Children Safe JUN 14.pdf

The NSPCC commissioned the University of York to undertake research into the number and nature of child abuse allegations made against foster carers and residential care workers in the UK between 2009 and 2012. The report highlights messages for policy and practice.

pdf INQUIRY | Historical Abuse Systemic Review: Residential Schools and Children’s Homes in Scotland 1950 to 1995, Scottish Government, 2007

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SCOGOV 07 Historical Abuse Systemic Review 2007.pdf

This report is the direct outcome of a debate in the Scottish Parliament on 1st December 2004. The debate was on a motion on behalf of the Public Petitions Committee, seeking an inquiry into past institutional child abuse. It was the first time the Committee had secured such a debate.

pdf INQUIRY | Lost in Care, Department of Health, February 2000

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DOH 00 Lost in Care FEB 00.pdf

Report of the Tribunal of Inquiry into the Abuse of Children in Care in the Former County Council Areas of Gwynedd and Clwyd since 1974.

pdf INQUIRY | The Report of the Macur Review Redacted Version, March 2016

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HOC 16 The_Report_of_the_Macur_Review__Redacted_Version_MAR 16.pdf

An independent review of the Tribunal of Inquiry into the abuse of children in care in the former county council areas of Gwynedd and Clwyd in North Wales since 1974 conducted by The Right Honourable Lady Justice Macur, DDE.

pdf LEGISLATION | The Inquiry into Historical Institutional Abuse Bill, J Campbell, 25 June 2012

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NIA 12 The Inquiry into Historical Institutional Abuse Bill Research & Infomation Service Research paper 25 Jun 12.pdf

This research paper has been produced by the Northern Ireland Assembly Research and Information Service.  This paper outlines the background to the legislation, examines the responses to the Northern Ireland Executive's consultation and briefly summarises the main provisions of the Bill.  Some key issues are included in the final section.
 
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pdf MEDIA | Guidance for media reporting on child abuse and neglect, NSPCC, September 2012

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NSPCC-12 Child abuse and neglect reporting guidelines 2012.pdf

This guidance aims to support journalists and child welfare professionals to work together to ensure that this sensitive topic can be reported in ways which will help the public better understand the issues involved.