This month for our column over at Jordans, we’ve chosen to write about the Independent Panel Inquiry into Child Abuse, how it works and why we think the panel should include a significant number of survivors if the inquiry is to make a meaningful impact.

From the important Impartiality Clause which has caused the late chairs for the inquiry so much trouble, to the pros and cons of panel inquiries generally, we examine what the inquiry can offer survivors of abuse and why they should be an integral part of the inquiry process.

You can catch our article Child Abuse Inquiry – Process and Prejudice for Jordans, here.