Last month, Researching Reform wrote to the Independent Inquiry Into Child Sexual Abuse to invite its Chair, Justice Goddard to an interview. We add our initial email, and their response, below:

Dear Inquiry,

I’m a barrister running a child welfare project inside the family justice system called Researching Reform, which is dedicated to improving the system for children, parents and practitioners. As part of its remit, the project interviews key stakeholders in order to share information and positively engage the public with organisations working in the field.
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I have been following the Inquiry with enormous interest and it would be a privilege to interview Justice Goddard, if at all possible? You’re very welcome to view the most recent interview with Baroness Tyler. My interview style is collaborative, rather than adversarial and there are no trick questions.
It would be wonderful to be able to share Justice Goddard’s thoughts on the Inquiry at this stage, and I look forward to yours, or her response.
With best wishes,