Neutral ways of questioning children have been formulated and recommended by several organizations researching childhood sexual trauma. In Israel, the children are not permitted to testify. Specially trained "youth experts" question the child and report to the court. The judicial systems in Scandinavian, Dutch, and French courts are contrasted with those in North America, where we are said to use an adversary system to "settle" childhood sexual trauma cases. In Europe, there is more of an effort to find "the truth," and the judge is the one who has the responsibility to find it. That is called an "inquisitorial" system.