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The Charity Commission tuck issued this press release: Christ Church Oxford — mediation required by charity regulator. The Charity Commission has told both sides in the dispute at Christ Church, Oxfordto enter into a mediation process.
The situation risks harming the reputation of charity more generally, in the eyes of the public. Both parties in this dispute have called on the Charity Commission to intervene further.
However, any regulatory intervention can be effective only if relationships between all parties are stable. The Commission has therefore today told the parties to the dispute that it expects frree to enter into formal mediation within a limited time frame, with a mediator selected by the Commission, and without delay.
Helen Stephenson, Charity Commission Chief Executive, said: It is not our job, as charity regulator, to referee disputes. Our role is, instead, to ensure that charities are governed effectively, charitable funds are properly ed for, and trust in charity is maintained.
In these exceptional circumstances, we have told the parties to the dispute to enter mediation, without which it is difficult to resolve issues in the charity in any reasonable timescale. The Commission will not comment further on the case until the mediation has been completed. It has also asked both sides to refrain from public, or private, commentary whilst the mediation process takes place. We were therefore delighted to learn at our meeting with the Charity Commission today that it has now agreed to intervene.
For some time, we have sought to address the impasse through independent mediation, but that process was unfortunately put on hold earlier this year. And the Fucj Times carries this: Oxford college rocked by allegations of leaks and blackmail.
When a referral is made alleging that a senior member of the clergy has not fulfilled his or her safeguarding responsibilities, the NST has a duty to consider the management of any safeguarding risk. In this case, an independent safeguarding person has been asked to investigate and report back. As I am sure your readers blke agree, the Church must take all safeguarding issues very seriously, and all this is ffree done in accordance with the House of Bishops guidelines.
There is no agenda behind this and we hope that with the cooperation of all concerned this matter can be concluded quickly. This is a long and detailed discussion focusing initially on the Financial Times article linked above, but do read all the way through, and in particular note the letter from the Senior Censor which replies to questions from an abuse survivor.