Paedophile ban call (25.3.81)

The Guardian, 25th March 1981

G25381

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4 comments
  1. did the geoffrey dickens file exist? it must have because spartacus knew geoffrey dickens was collecting informatiion on paedophiles in high places…one wonders how they knew is an interesting question…

  2. publications:

    understanding paedophilia
    London c/o ‘Release’
    1 Elgin Ave W9
    P.I.E Description:Journal
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    Childhood Rights
    P.I.E childrens rights section 1977 Description: Journal
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    Survey of Members/P.I.E
    London P.I.E 1976 Description: Book
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    Chairperson’s Report / P.I.E No1 75/76
    London P.I.E 1976 Description:Journal
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    Evidence on the law relating to and penalties for certain
    sexual offences involving children
    [S.I.] Paedophile Information Exchange 1975 Description:Book
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    Evidence on the law relating to and penalties for certain
    sexual offences involving children: For Home Office Criminal Law
    Revision Committee
    London: P.I.E 1975 Description:Book
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    Paedophilia: some questions and answers [P.I.E]
    Paedophile Information Exchange
    London P.O. Box 318, SE3 8QD
    P.I.E, 1978 Description:Book
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    Magpie: the official journal of the Paedophile Information Exchange
    London P.I.E. 1977

    Description: Journal

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    Reader in order to access)

    Please note there are P.I.E archives at lse.ac.uk (some files marked open
    some marked ‘closed’)

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