Recently, and understandably, much of the world’s attention has focused on child abuse in the Catholic Church. But what is happening inside the Jehovah’s Witnesses, a secretive Christian sect with more than 65,000 active Australian members? INQ looks at some of the methods the Jehovah’s Witnesses are using to cover up child sexual abuse within the sect.
A letter obtained by INQ has shed light on the secretive methods the Jehovah's Witnesses are undertaking to erase the impact of child sexual abuse within the sect.
Dr Judy Courtin explains to INQ why the destruction of documents could have huge ramifications for victims inside the Jehovah’s Witnesses.
The Australian Human Rights Commission has met with senior members of the Jehovah's Witnesses following an appeal from abuse victims.
The royal commission into child abuse found the Jehovah’s Witnesses used practices that left perpetrators of child sexual abuse “at large” in the organisation. So what is it like for people who speak out?
The Jehovah's Witnesses have become notorious for their door-knocking and evangelism, but not much is widely known about their other practices.