Redress Scotland Voices – Safina Din
In this instalment of our Redress Scotland Panel Members Voices series, we speak to legal expert Safina Din about how her background motivates her to seek justice for survivors. Safina first joined the Redress Scotland Panel in December 2022. When asked about what inspired her to join the panel, she simply replies: “to help and […]
Redress Scotland Voices Series – Dr Anne Houston
In this instalment of our Redress Scotland Panel Members Voices series, we speak to Dr Anne Houston OBE about her prolific career and hear her advice to those considering applying to the redress scheme. Anne has dedicated her working life to supporting children in Scotland and the UK. After qualifying as a social worker in […]
Your application to Scotland’s Redress Scheme
Scotland’s Redress Scheme is delivered by the Scottish Government and Redress Scotland – a decision-making body that operates independently from the Scottish Government. Completed applications submitted to Scotland’s Redress Scheme are sent by a Scottish Government Redress case worker to Redress Scotland for a decision. Scotland’s Redress Scheme application process A Scottish Government Redress case […]
Panel member Emma Lewis awarded MBE
Redress Scotland panel member Emma Lewis has been awarded an MBE in the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee honours in recognition of her work to help care experienced people and survivors of abuse and neglect. Emma, who joined as a panel member in November ahead of the launch of Redress Scotland, received the award in recognition of […]
Redress Scotland stands ready to support survivors as scheme opens for applications
Redress Scotland is pleased to announce that from today (9 December) the scheme to provide survivors of historical child abuse in care in Scotland with financial redress is open for applications.
Redress Scotland launches service with new website
Redress Scotland, the new body responsible for making decisions about applications to Scotland’s redress scheme, is up and running as of December 2021. Survivors of historic abuse in care can now apply for redress to the Scottish Government, with Redress Scotland – a fully independent organisation – assessing and deciding the outcome of each case.