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What is an all party parliamentary group?
All Party Parliamentary Groups (APPGs) are informal, cross-party interest groups of MPs and Peers interested in a particular issue. They exist to help other MPs from all parties become better informed about a particular policy area. APPGs do not have any power to make laws and are not funded by Parliament. There is a great number and variety of APPGs, covering many areas such as health, education, transport, defence, faith, finance, the media and sports.
What is the APPG on Safeguarding in Faith Settings?
The APPG on Safeguarding in Faith Settings was established in September 2018. The aims of the group, are to increase awareness of issues relating to safeguarding within faith settings and to provide an opportunity for the faith community to inform safeguarding discourse, share best practise and work together to create safer places.
APPG launches report on its inquiry into Positions of Trust
Sarah Champion, MP for Rotherham and Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Safeguarding in Faith Settings, has launched a report calling for Government to close the loophole in the law that allow adults in ‘positions of trust’ to legally engage in sexual activity with the young people they are working with.Read more...
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