This is mostly the work of a fantastic journalist named Sarah Marsh. She is currently looking for, and encouraging exjw's or current JW victims of CSA to come forward.
Also a cheltenham MP, Alex Chalk, is going to table a backbencher motion for this issue to be debated in the House of Commons. Its difficult to get time for subjects to be debated within the commons, and government gets priority, particularly the cabinet. But backbenchers get a small amount of time to bring smaller issues to the fore.
Quote in the Guardian:
Alex Chalk, the Conservative MP for Cheltenham, told the Guardian that he was one of those who wrote to IICSA after two constituents approached him saying that abuse in the Jehovah’s Witnesses was systemic.
He said: “I am waiting to hear back from IICSA and depending on what they say, I am planning to raise the issue in parliament and seek a backbench debate on it. I am not prepared to see this rest, not least because if we are going to drain the swamp it would be a huge missed opportunity not to deal with this [the Jehovah Witness abuse allegations] at same time of other aspects … it would be regrettable unfinished business.”
IICSA was set up in 2014 to “expose those failures and learn the lessons” from the past after the 2011 death of BBC presenter Jimmy Savile, when hundreds of people came forward to say he had abused them as children.