Child Sex Abuse Inquiry: Time 4 Action & Justice (Spotlight)


For anyone wishing to attend a public meeting with John Mann MP & Simon Danczuk MP on child sexual abuse:
WhiteFlowers Campaign Group public meeting January 14th 2015
Child Sex Abuse Inquiry: Time 4 Action & Justice

This is to let you and your colleagues know that MPs John Mann & Simon Danczuk have agreed to address the WhiteFlowers Campaign Group public meeting with survivors, whistleblowers and concerned members of the public at 2.30pm on Weds January 14th regarding the Child Sex Abuse Inquiry. Attendance is open to all. The speakers are listed below.

The current House of Commons room CR9 has a capacity of 90 so we advise you and your colleagues to book asap at https://eventbrite.co.uk/event/14973173164/ as tickets are available on a first come first served basis. Please bring the ticket with you as it may ease your entry through security

Committee Room 9

2.30-4pm Public Meeting and Lobby of Parliament (people can email to ask to meet their MPs before or after the meeting to discuss the Inquiry – more below) to call for:

A Statutory Inquiry to cover organised and institutional child abuse post 1945
Hold members of the Establishment to account
A parallel national Police Investigation Team delivering justice
Scrap the Panel & Appoint on a Transparent and Fit for Purpose basis
Appoint a Chair who has demonstrably stood up to the Establishment
Defend child protection services
A government funded National Institute for People Abused in Childhood
Speakers –

Andy Kershaw (Survivor of Forde Park)

Fay Maxted (Survivors Trust)

John Mann MP

Simon Danczuk MP

Tim Hulbert, former Director Bedfordshire Social Services

Peter Saunders (NAPAC)

Lucy Duckworth (MACSAS)

Nigel O’Mara, Survivor

Peter McKelvie (whistleblower)

Liz Davies (whistleblower)

Chris Fay (whistleblower)

Ian McFadyen, Survivor & Survivor Campaigner

Alison Millar, Leigh Day Solicitors

Mark Williams Thomas, TV Presenter & Criminologist Expert

NB John Mann’s PA will meet everyone at the Cromwell Green entrance to the Commons prior to the meeting.

Draft Letter/Email to send to request a meeting with your MP to press for him to support our proposals:

Dear (your MP) …..

I intend to be at the Wednesday, January 14th meeting in the House of Commons concerning the urgent strengthening of the government’s Child Abuse Inquiry to ensure it delivers justice for victims and survivors and actions to protect current and future generations of children.

Being one of your constituents, I request that you will be present because I would also like a private word with you regarding this matter.

The meeting, which will be addressed by MPs, abuse survivors and whistleblowers has been called by John Mann MP and the WhiteFlowers Campaign and will be in Committee Room 9 between 2.30pm and 4.00pm, and I look forward to meeting you there.

In particular, we are calling for:

A Statutory Inquiry to cover organised and institutional child abuse post 1945
Hold members of the Establishment to account
A parallel national Police Investigation Team delivering justice
Scrap the Inquiry Panel & Re-appoint on a Transparent and Fit for Purpose basis
Appoint a Chair who has demonstrably stood up to the Establishment
Defend child protection services
A government funded National Institute for People Abused in Childhood

Yours sincerely

Your Name

Your full address

Best

*******

Information:

ChildLine Freephone: 0800 1111
NSPCC
http://www.nspcc.org.uk/  Freephone: 0808 800 5000

National Association for People Abused in Childhood (NAPAC) Freephone: 0808 801 0331

Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP a National Crime Ageny Command)
Telephone: +44 (0)870 000 3344 or 999 in an emergency

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