Let victims speak, German child abuse inquiry says

03 April 2019 – Reuters

This article contains just three of hundreds of stories revealed by Germany’s Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse, which issued an interim report on 03.09.2019 after three years’ work.

The 350-page report, based on testimony from 1,690 people, called for an end to taboos around discussing abuse, so people who had been failed as children should not suffer in adulthood.

Inquiry Chair, Sabine Andresen, an education professor, warned the inquiry had more to do, with the disabled and children in competitive sport being vulnerable groups the inquiry had not yet reached.


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