A review of progress made in Jersey's care system after the 2017 care inquiry will be published on Monday.
The report, drawn up by the panel, will outline how changes have been made based on recommendations put forward from their original investigation.
The report will be published at a public event at St Paul’s Centre at 1pm and it will be published on the Inquiry's website at 2pm.
It is based on evidence gathered by the panel when they returned to the island earlier this year, when they spoke to over 200 people in Jersey and more than 300 members of the public, experts and others.
The 2017 Independent Care Inquiry report highlighted multiple failings over a series of decades, stating that children in care on the island may potentially still be at risk.
The Chief Minister has previously stated he wants Jersey's system to be among the best in the British Isles and since the publication of the original report, the Government has implemented reforms to Children's Services, including stronger safeguarding arrangements.
Alyson Leslie, who worked on the panel, expressed her gratitude to those who had engaged with them in the process.