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Newsletter Spring/Summer 2022

The Inquiry has published its Spring/Summer 2022 newsletter.

 

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Foster Care case study hearings to begin - Press Release

Lady Smith, Chair of the Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry (SCAI) has today announced that public hearings examining the abuse of children in foster care will begin on Tuesday 3rd May.

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Roundtables event - press release

Preventing the abuse of children in care -  The psychology of individual adult abusers.

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Judicial Review Update - Press Release

Following the dismissal of the petition for Judicial Review, the decision was appealed by the BBC. The opinion of the Inner House of the Court of Session has now been issued. It allows the appeal.

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Newsletter - Winter 2021

The Inquiry has published its Winter 2021 newsletter

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Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry Hearings - Commencement of Phase 7

In May 2022 the Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry will begin hearing evidence relating to Phase 7 of its investigations into the abuse of children in foster care. This evidence will include children who were boarded out, as well as children who were placed in foster care by a Scottish local authority.

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Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry Publishes Seventh Case Study Findings

Lady Smith has today, 10 November, published her findings in relation to the provision of residential care by the Marist Brothers at St Columba’s College, Largs, and St Joseph’s College, Dumfries between 1950 and 1981.

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Phase 7: Foster Care Case Study

This announcement provides information about a future Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry (SCAI) case study. Commencing in Spring 2022, public hearings into the abuse of children in foster care will begin.

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Hearings Update

Due to circumstances outwith the control of the Inquiry, public hearings scheduled to begin on Wednesday 6 October have been postponed.

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