To date 68 recommendations have been made by the Chair and Panel and published as part of the conclusions in the Inquiry’s Interim and investigation reports, helping to better protect children from sexual abuse.
The update, published today, relates to a range of recommendations from the Inquiry as part of its investigation reports, including Accountability and Reparations, Children in Custodial Institutions, Internet and Westminster.
The Inquiry’s dedicated recommendations section brings together the 68 recommendations addressed to a range of institutions, including government departments and agencies, made by the Inquiry so far. This section of the website sets out the published responses made by institutions, as well as outlining any additional steps taken or progress made.
The monitoring of responses to recommendations is part of a formal process established by the Inquiry. We expect institutions to set out how they plan to respond, within six months of the recommendation being published.
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