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Deputy Thomas P. Broughan – The 2017 annual report of Caranua’s appeals officer highlights some very serious concerns about the administration of the Residential Institutions Statutory Fund Board, Caranua, which was established under the Residential Institutions Statutory Fund Act 2012. Some of the decisions and procedural issues in Caranua raise many questions, with the continuing reports from survivors of abuse on how they have been and are being treated in their interactions with the organisation.
Catherine Connolly – To ask the Minister for Education and Skills when he will next meet the CEO of Caranua; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [39772/18]
Written Answers — Department of Education and Skills: Residential Institutions Redress Scheme
Deputy Catherine Connolly – My question arises from direct contact with people who have suffered at the hands of the State and religious organisations and who, unfortunately, are being traumatised again by the State, particularly through their contact with Caranua.
€75.3 million spent on services We publish regular updates on applications to Caranua and this one provides information to the 31st August 2018 We have now: Received Part 1 applications from 6,528 people Confirmed eligibility for 5,910 Number of Survivors with current...
These are the Board minutes from 9th August 2018