Links

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(Please feel free to let me know if you are aware of others and any updates to the info)


 www.factuk.org   

FACT is a UK wide voluntary organisation which exists to support carers, teachers and other professionals (including volunteers) falsely accused or wrongly convicted of abuse, and to lobby for change in investigative practice and in the criminal justice system. Quarterly magazine, helpline and two conferences each year.

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Spring conference 2014 – The University of Oxford

You don’t have to have been accused to support the principle of innocent until proven guilty. You could be next!

Become a Member

Click to become a Member

Student, Associate and Full Membership available

 

Join now and help build a better society.

 


 

www.false-allegations.org.uk

faso is a voluntary organisation dedicated to supporting
anyone affected by a false allegation of abuse

faso offers clear information, practical advice, and emotional support to anyone affected by false accusation.

Free telephone helpline.


 

http://safari-uk.org

Safari provide a free monthly newsletter to those affected by false allegations. The name SAFARI stands for “Supporting All Falsely Accused with Reference Information” and, as the name suggests, we provide powerful and positive information that is likely to be of use to those who are in a position to make necessary changes in the UK’s investigative and judicial systems, those who have been affected by false accusations (including the family & friends of victims) and those who have suffered from being pressurised into making false accusations.


 

http://www.pafaa.org.uk/wordpress

This is an online support group for those who say they have been falsely accused of historic sexual abuse and their families and supporters.

As a completely voluntary organisation, we are concerned primarily with the current climate that makes it possible for anyone to be accused of abuse, especially of a sexual nature, and in particular against children.


 

 

 

 

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