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Lord Laming Inquiry (Victoria Climbié)

Lord Laming Inquiry (Victoria Climbié)

In 2000 in London, an eight-year-old girl, Victoria Climbié, was murdered by her guardians. Her murder led to a public inquiry led by Lord Laming. The inquiry led to critical changes in child protection policies in the United Kingdom. If you would like to read the report, you can do so here.

The Government also completed a report, 'The Protection of Children in England:Action Plan', as a response to Lord Laming's Report, which you can access here.





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