This report examines what survivors of historical abuse want from redress. It draws on five workshops and over 75 participants. The report includes twenty recommendations and sets out two streams of compensation - common experience and individual assessment. The report concludes that redress is much more than compensation and suggests a 'package of measures' should be implemented to address the short, medium and long impact of historical child abuse. The report was commissioned by the Panel of Experts on Redress.
|Number of pages||40|
|Publication status||Published - 15 Mar 2016|
- Historical Abuse