National survivor survey launched to inform the CofE's safeguarding work

A national survey of survivors and victims of abuse has been launched by the Church of England to listen to their views on the development and implementation of its safeguarding structure.

Running until 18 September, the online survey takes about 15 minutes to complete. You can read more about it here: National survivor survey to inform Church's safeguarding work | The Church of England

It is an opportunity to be involved in the development and implementation of a Church of England survivor engagement framework, which will set out how victims and survivors of abuse will inform the Church’s work to develop and improve safeguarding.  

The anonymous survey is available on the survivor engagement webpage of the Church of England’s website and runs for two months from 19 July until 18 September 2022. 

Learning from the survey will inform a publicly accessible report, which will include key themes and next steps to develop the framework and will be published on the same webpage. Contact details regarding support from our Safeguarding Team and/or independent organisations can be found here.

First published on: 1st August 2022
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