Survivors of sex abuse in a Croydon children’s home are due to release a report naming and shaming 60 paedophiles.
The Shirley Oaks Survivors Association (SOSA) has stopped co-operating with the scandal-hit public inquiry into allegations of the historical abuse at Shirley Oaks children’s home.
Instead, they will release their own interim report, Looking for A Place Called Home, at a conference on December 15.
The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA), launched in July 2014, but is already on its fourth chairperson. SOSA has described it as an “unpalatable circus” and a “botch job that needs a drastic overhaul if it is ever to achieve its initial objectives.”
SOSA’s own 115-page report will feature witness testimonies and extracts from official documents.
The group have released a song, Don’t Touch It. It’s Mine, to raise money for their work.
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