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In response to the latest news that child sexual abuse has been rife within sports like football, Voicing CSA, a project which works with the Independent Inquiry Into Child Sexual Abuse supporting survivors and victims, will be hosting a meeting next year to address the issues. It is understood that the project will be asking the Inquiry to look at child sexual abuse in sport.
Speakers attending include former professional footballer Andy Woodward, who has been in the news recently talking about his own terrible experiences at the hands of convicted paedophile coach Barry Bennell.
The Voicing CSA website explains the purpose of the meeting in more detail:
“The meeting is in response to the disclosure by survivors of childhood sexual abuse by ex and current football players. It is all encompassing and includes all sport.
Speakers include Andy Woodward, survivor and former footballer. Steve Walters former midfielder and…
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CAMPAIGN UPDATE DECEMBER 2016
Stansted Airport’s “shameful behaviour” over evictions
In response to the airport’s attempts to blame SSE and local councillors for the eviction notices, Brian Ross, deputy chairman of SSE said: “It’s a desperate attempt by Stansted Airport to avoid taking responsibility for its own shameful behaviour.” The houses were mainly bought by the airport in connection with its plans for a second runway, which were abandoned in May 2010 after massive opposition. “For years, any tenant who wanted to buy was met with a refusal. However, there has now been a complete change of policy,” said Brian Ross.
No more quit notices before Christmas, says airport
The Airports Tenants Action Group issued a statement, saying, “Why is MAG destroying the local communities yet again and in such a rush to do so?” They said that the airport’s action might be legal but it was morally wrong and a shortage of properties made it very hard to find alternative accommodation. Some tenants say that they were offered the option to purchase their properties but were given less than two weeks to provide evidence as to how they would finance the purchase.
Stansted numbers reach a new record, but are now growing more slowly
Increase in Stansted planes over Essex towns and villages is ‘a disaster’
Heathrow decision: don’t be complacent, says SSE
“Let other airports build more runways,” says Heathrow boss
London Mayor supports Heathrow challenges
Gatwick “more beneficial” than Heathrow
Stansted jumps on Heathrow expansion bandwagon
Meanwhile, Heathrow’s dominance continues …
… while Gatwick is also setting new records…
… and in percentage terms, Luton is growing fastest of all
…but Brexit could reduce airport demand
The cost of aviation expansion
Cut air passenger duty say airport operators
New book on the History of Stansted Mountfitchet
Copies of the book are available from Millway Stationery in Stansted, Stansted Mountfitchet Parish Council (at the Council Offices off Chapel Hill, open on weekday mornings), Bishop’s Stortford Tourist Information Centre, and Saffron Walden Tourist Information Centre. Alternatively you can write to Peter at 31D Church Street, Saffron Walden, CB10 1JW, enclosing a cheque for £18.50 made out to Stansted Mountfitchet Local History Society to cover package and postage. The ideal Christmas present!
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Home Secretary Amber Rudd would like to set up specialist training for police officers dealing with child sexual abuse. Under the current proposal, police officers would be trained and accredited in the same way officers carrying firearms are. Once officers passed the training, they would then be awarded a license.
The idea comes after a damning report into the Metropolitan Police revealed that mistakes were made in 75% of cases involving child abuse.
It is not clear what kind of training the police might receive or how long the training will last.
Our question then, is this: do you think specialist training for police working on child abuse cases is a good idea?
Overwhelmed by resignations and allegations of in-house bullying and sexual assault, the nation’s Independent Inquiry Into Child Sexual Abuse is being widely described as a complete disaster but it’s a misguided view which fails to understand just how succesfull this Inquiry has been, and why.
The backdrop for these apparently awful events centers around a long and unpleasant history featuring UK Public Inquiries. A look at the National Archives reveals a staggering amount of inquiries in their many forms, but despite the sheer volume of investigations, a significant portion have been plagued with rumours of cover ups and consistent failings to implement the findings they make.
Unsurprisingly, government sanctioned inquiries as vehicles for change haven’t been well received: an independent survey in 2012, of 2000 members of the public, showed that 73% lacked confidence in the Public Inquiry process and were dissatisfied with the length and cost of the…
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Attached, please find a letter addressed to Premier Wynne from Canada Court Watch regarding yet another dismal failure of the children’s aid society system in Ontario. This letter is based on video recorded interviews with two children on November 27, 2016. Children in the province of Ontario continue to be abused based on the incompetence and criminal activities of many UNREGISTERED CAS workers in Ontario as well as workers from the Ontario Office of the Children’s Lawyer.
Please take a moment to read this letter to the Premier to better understand how the use of video recording technology by CAS workers will improve the outcomes of many families and save the Province of Ontario tens of millions of dollars annually. Video recording of children during child protection investigations must be made the law in Ontario.
Its time to stop of abuse of children caused by CAS workers fabricating false information from “secret” interviews with children and parents.
Mr. Vernon Beck
Child and Family Justice Advocate, Canada Court Watch
Below is a handwritten note recently smuggled out of a foster home from a teen crying out to Canada Court Watch for help to get out of CAS. The teen reports that he was forced to lie by the CAS worker and that the CAS workers will not allow him to speak the truth.
This teen who is in foster care is not allowed to use the phone or to use the internet and is basically being detained against his will by the CAS to prevent him from speaking up about abuse by the CAS. Names have been edited.
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