Young adults and abuse

There are moments, there are moments that pass, and then there are moments that matter. The enormous reaction to the Everyone’s Invited movement is a

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Trustees’ Week 2020

Trustees’  Week is a time to celebrate the fantastic people who give their time and expertise to charities across the UK. NAPAC is proud to

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Supporting Deaf adult survivors of childhood abuse

British Society for Mental Health & Deafness @bsmhdeaf and NAPAC are working together to develop training for counsellors and therapists who work with adult survivors of childhood abuse who are Deaf. Find out more about NAPAC’s e-learning courses https://napac.org.uk/training/ #itsnotok2020

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Listen to Charlie Webster’s new podcast series ‘Undiscussable’

We hear on the NAPAC support line every day about the lifelong impacts on a child who grows up in an abusive home. Charlie Webster is a survivor of childhood abuse and a broadcaster and campaigner against domestic abuse. Over the past year she has been making a documentary podcast series called ‘Undiscussable’. Listen to the series.

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NAPAC external governance review -13 November 2019

On 23 August 2019, the NAPAC Board of Trustees learnt through a media enquiry about a serious incident in 2008 involving Peter Saunders, the charity’s Founder and Spokesperson. On 27 August 2019, NAPAC decided to commission an external review by an independent governance expert to fully understand what governance systems existed at NAPAC at the time of the incident in 2008 and how they were applied. The review was also asked to examine NAPAC’s current governance systems and policies and how they would hold up in the case of a similar incident occurring. Click on the title to read more.

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