NAPAC in the media 21/08/05
NAPAC in the media 01/08/05
NAPAC in the media 21/07/05
Poetry author donates to NAPAC 01/07/05
Third Sector Magazine 18/05/05
ChariTree, the NAPAC fundraising section launched! 11/05/05
Bridges Walk 16/05/05
Bromley Fun Run 15/05/05
Interview on BBC GMR 13/04/05
Interview on BBC GMR 29/03/05
NAPAC comments on the Robert Excell case 23/03/05
NAPAC in the media 28/02/05
NAPAC visit to the 444 (Shoreditch) Squadron Air Cadets 26/02/05
NAPAC mentioned in Community Care Magazine 17/02/05
Handbook for Abuse Survivors 03/02/05
NAPAC Fun Run 24/01/05
NAPAC Volunteer's Meeting 20/01/05
Largest abuse settlement of its kind given by the Roman Catholic Church 05/01/05
Peter Saunders will be in next week's edition of My Weekly magazine.
Transcript of Peter Saunders's ABC interview regarding the deportation of the paedophile Robert Excell.
Peter Saunders was interviewed by ABC Australian TV today about the deportation of paedophile Robert Powell.
Poetry author to donate 50% profits from book sale to NAPAC
Kathy Lamprell's A Child's Cry is out now!
Esther Rantzen spent the day with NAPAC promoting the innovative ChariTree concept at The Christian Resources Exhibition at Sandown Park. The event was sponsored by Chris Papa, the MD of Qubic Ltd.
|Geoff, creator of the Charitree, with Esther Ranzten.||Julian Whiting and Esther Rantzen|
|Tricia Saunders, Esther Rantzen and Ken Newell.||Peter Saunders and Esther Rantzen|
Thanks to the 24 cadets from the 444 Shoreditch Squadron for their hard day's work on behalf of NAPAC. It was a long day but it looks as if we have jointly raised several hundred pounds which is an excellent result.
With special thanks to Pete and Caroline Gourri, leaders of the Squadron for all of their exertion!
Thanks to Brook Lane Community Church, NAPAC had 69 runners take part in the Fun Run, an excellent turnout. Despite the poor weather forecast, the day turned out to be bright and the event was attended by the local press.
The event was won by Lucy McPherson and Dave Bell. The winners got a special NAPAC T-shirt and all entrants got food and a goodie bag, provided by its sponsors.
Thank you to all those involved for making it a special day.
Photos and the amount raised coming soon.
With thanks to all of our sponsors:
Pavillion Leisure Centre
The Body Shop
Nationwide Building Society
Sean Hanna Hair Salon
Irwin Mitchell Solicitors
Raj Moni Restaurant
The Glades Shopping Centre
Bromley Council Parks division
Pete spoke on Premier Radio this morning for the second time this year.
Pete did a radio interview on BBC GMR (Manchester) this afternoon on the subject of Jonathan King's early release.
Peter Saunders was interviewed by Sky News today regarding the case of Robert Excell, a paedophile who has been in prison in Australia for 37 years due to sex attacks on boys.
He was also interviewed live on ABC Australian Radio and television.
NAPAC considers that if Excell is as dangerous as described, then he should not be granted freedom without very strict supervision. Also the question arises of why he not been deported years ago because he has re-offended on a number of occasions.
An article on the info line was mentioned in Community Care Magazine last week, along with an interview with Peter Saunders.
NAPAC was invited to a Prize Presentation Evening on Friday 25 February where many of the young members of the Air Training Corps were presented with prizes and promotions from the Deputy Lieutenant of Hackney, Lieutenant Colonel R E F Morriss TD DL.
Members of the Shoreditch based squadron are undertaking a sponsored London bridges march for NAPAC in the Spring and it was a great pleasure to get the opportunity to meet a group of fit, committed and enthusiastic young people all of whom are willing to take part in this arduous event.
Keep an eye on the website for more details.
Peter Saunders wrote an article on the Panorama programme, Crime Waves.
Peter Saunders attended the launch of 'From report to Court: A handbook for abuse survivors of sexual violence' by Cathy Halloran and Rights of Women at the House of Commons.
A 2 mile Fun Run/Walk is being organised by Churches in Bromley to raise money for NAPAC! It takes place at 10am on Saturday 14th May at Kings Meadow, Burnt Ash Lane, Bromley, Kent.
Please contact the NAPAC office for further details and sponsorship forms. Celebrities expected to take part!!
A big thank you to all of the volunteers who attended our meeting today. We now have 9 volunteers working on expanding and helping us to achieve our aims, as well as several potential Trustees. This is great news for NAPAC for 2005.
The Roman Catholic diocese of Orange in California announced that the settlement would be $900 million to victims of child abuse nationwide.
Files documenting abuse allegations within the church will be published as part of the settlement.
More from the BBC.