ISN need funding: Please contribute

We now have a GoFundMe account. Here is the link for Islington Survivors GoFundMe account; https://www.gofundme.com/282fy5w Many survivors are coming forward to us and we are struggling to pay their bus and train fares and to finance our work in accessing […]

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ISN go to Shirley Oaks Survivors Association conference 14th Sept.

Survivors from Islington Survivors Network went along to the press conference of Shirley Oaks Survivors Association (Lambeth) held in the Courthouse Hotel, Great Marlborough Street, London on 14th September. We heard how the 600 survivors had gained support from knowing […]

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ISN Questions – seeking answers – can you help?

We are going to keep putting questions out on this website and we hope for some answers. Please email us if you can help:  islingtonsn@gmail.com 1.Colin Ridding was an Islington social worker who disappeared in the early 90s. He had […]

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Islington Survivors Network Facebook page (closed group)

Islington Survivors Network, Facebook page  has provided another way for survivors and whistleblowers to be in touch and keep up to speed with our campaign. CALL OUT If you are a victim of or witness to physical, sexual, emotional abuse or […]

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Blog about Islington non-recent child abuse and the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA)

https://lizdavies.net/2016/08/11/goodbye-goddard-though-i-never-said-hello/ This blog gives some of the reasons why Islington Survivors Network has not as yet applied to be core participants to IICSA and raises questions about the way the Inquiry has been set up and how it is functioning. […]

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Update from Islington Survivors Network

Islington Survivors Network’ have begun to hear from survivors, who have been contacting us via our website recently. As such, our contact forms are now being completed. We are also seeing survivors face-to-face and learning of their experiences. We are continuing to meet with Islington Council – Director […]

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Doris Daly – Tree planting

Tree planted in honour of victims of child sex abuse in Islington Care Homes will stay Islington Gazette 15th April Doris Daly, former journalist now aged 85,  was an advocate for a child in care.  In 1993, with two girls who were in […]

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Report by Lucy Scott-Moncrieff naming children’s home

A report by Lucy Scott-Moncrieff,  ‘Independent oversight of investigations into matters relating to Jimmy Savile at schools and children’s homes’ prepared for the Secretary of State for Education in February 2015 listed (page 14) Sheringham Road as a children ‘s home […]

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Islington Gazette article

Many thanks to the Islington Gazette for putting us on the front page this week as well as a more in depth article on pages 4 and 5. We hope this will help more Islington survivors of organised and institutional abuse […]

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