the Episcopal Conference started Tuesday a survey to get information concerning the way in which thousand Catholic schools in Chile are working in the field of prevention of abuse.
The cadastre will run through a query to each Diocese of the country and ask the detail of educational institutions present in each jurisdiction and information about institutions that have protocols for prevention of abuse and accompaniments to victims, appropriated Emol.
The idea is to review that you compliance provisions to the inside of the lines ‘Care and hope’ Guide to the year 2015, document that promotes ‘healthy and safe environments for children’.
Information that will deliver both the diocese and the schools on a voluntary basis, will be received until 26 October of this year, while the results will be delivered between the end of 2018 and 2019 early.
This measure seeks to ensure that people are properly trained in prevention of abuse in educational establishments, said the Bishop of Temuco and President of the Episcopal Conference, Héctor Vargas education.
“We have acknowledged our mistakes and must now act to prevent this type of situation to continue happening”, said.