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Consultation on the Public Inquiry into Historical Child Abuse in Scotland and other Scottish Government Commitments to Survivors of Historical Child Abuse

Kendrick, Andrew and Shaw, Julie (2015) Consultation on the Public Inquiry into Historical Child Abuse in Scotland and other Scottish Government Commitments to Survivors of Historical Child Abuse. [Report]

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    This report sets out the process of the consultation and engagement with survivors of historical abuse and other stakeholders. It provides an analysis of the consultation responses. This addressed the aims of the Public Inquiry into Historical Child Abuse, its scope and remit, and the attributes of the Chair and Panel. It also addressed other matters considered by the consultation; commemoration of historical abuse, survivor support fund, and the Time Bar.