Redress Scotland publishes 2023-24 Business Plan

Redress Scotland has published its Business Plan which sets out what we, as an organisation, will do between April 2023 and March 2024 to aid our delivery of the Corporate Plan. This was developed following feedback from survivors after a draft plan was shared for feedback. The Business Plan is structured to focus on our […]

Redress Scotland holds their 2023 AGM

Last week, Redress Scotland held its 2023 Annual General Meeting (AGM). This was a meeting that brought together staff from Redress Scotland, Redress Scotland panel members, the leadership team and non-executive directors. We were also pleased to welcome the Deputy First Minister (DFM), Shona Robison, and Scottish government colleagues, who joined the discussion to hear […]

Dr Kirsty Darwent appointed as Chair of Redress Scotland

Redress Scotland can confirm that Deputy First Minister Shona Robison has appointed Dr Kirsty Darwent as Chair of Redress Scotland. Dr Darwent is currently the chair of the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service, a role she took up in 2017 having served on the SFRS Board since the Service’s inception. She has wide-ranging leadership experience […]

Redress Scotland Voices – Meet our Head of Policy and Improvement, Melanie Lowe

Meet our Head of Policy and Improvement Mel Lowe is the Head of Policy and Improvement at Redress Scotland and brings over 20 years of experience working in different roles across government. Before joining Redress Scotland, her work focussed on developing and supporting implementation of national approaches, and policies for children and young people with additional […]

Redress Scotland publishes three year corporate plan

Redress Scotland has published its three year corporate plan, which sets out what we will deliver between now and 2026. Our three-year corporate plan builds on the early progress we have made. The mission and overarching strategic aims of Redress Scotland remain the same, but we have taken the opportunity to review and reflect on […]

How Redress Scotland communicates with survivors

How Redress Scotland communicates with survivors Redress Scotland will only contact survivors or their next of kin for very specific reasons. In most instances, our contact with you will be done in written form, and through the Scottish Government. There may be occasions when we contact you directly. For example, if you have been in […]