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The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) One Year On: Victim Care and Mandatory Reporting on the Frontline


1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

The speakers at this webinar are:

Clare Kelly – Associate Head of Policy and Public Affairs at NSPCC, Head of Programmes for the IICSA Changemakers

Gabrielle Shaw – Chief Executive at the National Association for People Abused in Childhood (NAPAC)

Richard Fewkes – Director of the National Police Chiefs Council Hydrant Programme, and the Child Sexual Exploitation Taskforce

Victoria Green – Chief Executive for the Marie Collins Foundation (MCF)

What should you expect to gain from attending this webinar?

  • Gain insight into who the IICSA Changemakers are and how they have been continuing the fight for victims and survivors of child sexual abuse since the Inquiry ended
  • Explore the impact that the IICSA is already having on specialised taskforces aiming to target child sexual exploitation
  • Critically reflect on the worries and assumptions around mandatory reporting
  • Develop clarity and confidence around how mandatory reporting might impact your practice with victims and survivors in the near future
  • Gain an understanding of how the IICSA is paving the way for better prevention of child sexual abuse and exploitation
  • Develop confidence in your understanding of how the IICSA is already creating change, allowing for you to advocate for its recommendations in your own work and practice.

If this webinar is of interest to you, or you think it may be of interest to other members of your organisation or those that partner you (for example: Police, Probation, Youth Offending Teams, Foster Carers, Local Safeguarding Children’s Board members).  Please share with the following link for them to register attendance.  It is free to attend and can go towards your Continued Professional Development.

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