The needs of survivors are at the heart of everything that Caranua does
Survivors are entitled to compassion, respect and dignity
Caranua will always be open and fair in every way
To ask the Minister for Education and Skills the amount remaining in the fund allocated to Caranua for supporting survivors of institutional child abuse with their health, housing and other needs; and if he will make a statement on the matter.
To ask the Minister for Education and Skills his plans to continue the operation of the Residential Institutions Statutory Fund, Caranua, in view of the outstanding moneys due and owing from religious congregations; and if he will make a statement on the matter.
We are happy to publish the minutes of our Board meetings so that Board activities and decisions are accountable. There is always a delay between the meeting held and the publication of the minutes. This is because the minutes must be approved before they can be...
How Caranua put the survivor first
“Thank you for all your help it has made life a little easier also thank you for treating me with respect I was in a very bad place and thanks to your kindness I am in a decent place for the first time in my life. my sincere thanks”