Podcast: Meg Munn, first independent chair of the National Safeguarding Panel, talks to Hattie Williams

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25 January 2019

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Meg Munn was appointed the first independent chair of the Church of England’s National Safeguarding Panel in September. She took over from the Bishop of Bath & Wells, Peter Hancock, who is the lead bishop on safeguarding.

Meg Munn, a practising Methodist, is a former social worker and a former MP, who established and chaired the All-Party Child Protection Parliamentary Group. She left Parliament in 2015 to become an independent governance consultant.

Hattie Williams sat down with Meg Munn for her first interview since she took up the post. You can read a write up of the interview in this week’s paper and on our website. A fuller version follows on this podcast.

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