The screening at the Curzon will be followed by a panel discussion on whether the media's coverage of child abuse in the Catholic Church has been fair. This will feature Guardian religion correspondent Stephen Bates, Mike Jempson of the Mediawise Trust, commentator for The Tablet Clifford Longley, and David Niven, founder of Action Against Child Exploitation. The discussion will be chaired by New Humanist editor Caspar Melville.
Date: Sunday 9th September, 2pm
Location: Curzon Soho, 99 Shaftesbury Avenue, London, W1D 5DY
Tickets can be booked by visiting the Curzon website, or by calling 0870 756 4620.
In the new September/October issue of New Humanist, Francis Beckett reports on the efforts of survivors of abuse in British religious schools to make their cases, suggesting Catholics in the UK have been more successful than in the US in putting obstacles in the way of victims.