Author Archives: Helena Morrissey

Call for feedback on progress since Independent Inquiry of June 2013

As set out in my Report into ‘Processes and Culture’ within the Party, I would now like to assess progress made against my recommendations. Taken together, the recommendations formed a suggested – but by no means exhaustive – blueprint for change over both the medium and long term. Less than 18 months has passed since my initial Review, so it was never my expectation that all would be resolved by now, rather that the direction of travel be firmly established.

A number of people attended a ‘surgery’ I hosted with the Pastoral Care Officer, Jeanne Tarrant, during Conference last week. Those inputs have been very helpful – thank you.  I’d now like to hear from anyone who has relevant experiences and views to help me assess the degree of progress made. As in my original Call for Evidence, it would be helpful if feedback could be given around three areas, with specific examples being particularly useful:

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REMINDER: Call for evidence regarding independent inquiry into processes, culture and complaints relating to harassment

With a week to go before the deadline for written submissions, I’d like to make a further call for any evidence that may be relevant to my independent inquiry. As previously indicated, the review covers three overlapping areas:

  • Processes (and what did and did not happen)
  • Attitudes and culture within the Party
  • A blueprint for the future.

I am keen to hear from all those who have relevant experiences and views to help me form an accurate picture (whether Party members, staff or public). Thank you to those who have already submitted evidence.

I’d welcome any additional evidence around the …

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Call for Evidence: independent inquiry into processes, culture and complaints relating to harassment

As I embark on my independent inquiry I would like to set out the structure of the review and how I am going to gather input. The review will cover three overlapping areas:

  • Processes (and what did and did not happen)
  • Attitudes and culture within the Party
  • A blueprint for the future

I am keen to hear from all those who have relevant experiences and views to help me form an accurate picture (whether Party members, staff or public).

This is a Call for Written Evidence for three questions around the areas outlined above:

  1. Do you have examples of specific incidences where

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