But the question then becomes what needs to be done?
What would be wholly inappropriate to say that this issue is only Oxfam’s. It is not.
And what would be wholly inappropriate would be to end all aid. That would compound the issue.
And what would also be wrong would be to close Oxfam when so many have done so much good there.
Just as it would be wrong to stop charities speaking out. After all, who then would speak for the abused when it is very clear that in this case the government and Charity Commission turned a complete blind eye, unlike Oxfam, when they knew of the issue?
What is required is better safeguarding. All of society has to pay for that.
And what is required beyond that is a change of culture: a completely holistic reform.
But reinforcing the status quo of predominantly white male power inherent within modern capitalism, whose power structures have been copied within far too many charities, is not going to deliver that change. But that is what The Times wants.
White folks, as enriched by capitalism, are the only people who have ever had the luxury of pondering child and sexual abuse. OK, so, perhaps those not-white folks similarly enriched too.