Monday June 1, 2020

Putting our Children First

In light of the Cloyne report, so-called ‘soft information’ about potential abusers must be shared between all relevant agencies if children’s welfare is to be safeguarded

16th July, 2011

The harrowing stories of abuse and inadequate response to allegations detailed in the Commission of Investigation report into The Diocese of Cloyne are deeply distressing, and the devastating impact on victims and their families gut-wrenching.

Of deep concern is that the report deals with wrongs, not in the distant past, but current practice in Ireland up to two years ago.

The commission does not mince its words. It found that the Diocese of Cloyne failed...

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