The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse has launched a very special campaign today called the Truth Project. The aim of the campaign is to give victims and survivors of child sexual abuse a voice, and to make sure they know they can talk to the Inquiry confidentially, if they wish to.
The Truth Project is a crucial part of the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse, as victims and survivors who come forward shape the understanding of the nature and scale of abuse. More importantly, it offers these survivors a chance to have a voice, make suggestions and help bring change.
Those who choose to share their experience will be influential in shaping the Inquiry’s report and research and as a result, will direct government and organisations on how to improve child protection across England and Wales.
The Truth Project has been developed with the help of the Victims and Survivors Consultative Panel who continue to help the Inquiry consider the impact of their work from the perspective of victims and survivors. The campaign is also based on substantial research, involving victims and survivors of child sexual abuse and the general public.
There are several ways you can contact the Truth Project and all correspondence and conversations are strictly confidential.
If you, or anyone you know, may want to talk to the Trust Project, you can contact them here: https://www.truthproject.org.uk/getting-touch.