This month for our column over at Jordans we chose to write about the recent announcement, which went largely unnoticed by the media, that the nation’s Independent Inquiry Into Child Sexual Abuse would be investigating the harm caused by false allegations to all those involved.

In our piece we talk about the delicate process of exploring false allegations, the difficulty in defining exactly what a false allegation is and why sexual abuse victims must remain a priority for the Inquiry.

You can catch the article here.