The Church in Wales has joined with other Christian denominations in the country as well as expert and survivor organisations in a new forum to safeguard children and vulnerable adults and to ensure that all churches in Wales are safe places for them.
23 March 2016
The Church of England has spoken of its “deep shame and regret” this afternoon after a former diocesan bishop was sentenced to 36 months in prison after admitting a series of abuse offences against 18 young men.
07 October 2015
Aim to face up to past abuses, implement prevention measures at every level of church life
13 July 2015
Bishop of Newcastle says diocese is ‘determined’ to address past abuse in order to shape ‘healthy future’
23 June 2015
The two Churches remain committed to joint working on safeguarding but "changes are needed in the light of new demands".
26 August 2014
Anglicans travelled from around Europe to Vienna for training on how to make churches safer for all
10 September 2013
The Anglican Diocese of Grafton has apologised to victims who suffered abuse over decades at a church-run children's home.
05 September 2013
The General Synod has apologised for the failure of the Church of England's systems to protect children, young people, and vulnerable adults from physical and sexual abuse
08 July 2013
The bishops of the Church of England today issued two statements on women bishops and safeguarding
23 May 2013
The Anglican Communion's newest network, the Safe Church Network, has announced it is planning a conference in Africa for 2014 around how to make churches safer for vulnerable people.
01 November 2012