jeudi 11 octobre 2018

Children were abused for decades in Catholic homes, Scottish inquiry finds

Homes in Lanark and Rutherglen were places of fear and abuse, says inquiry chair

A public inquiry has found that nuns, priests and staff at two Scottish children’s homes subjected children to regimes of fear, physical and sexual abuse for many decades.

In its first interim report, published on Thursday, the Scottish child abuse inquiry (SCAI) found that boys and girls housed in two Catholic residential homes in Lanarkshire were systematically starved of love, dignity and compassion.

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from Children | The Guardian

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