News & Events

Invitation to attend information day for in-care survivors

  • Published on 3rd August 2017
People who have experienced abuse or neglect in care are invited to attend an information day for survivors in Glasgow on Tuesday 22 August. At the event, a number of organisations will come together under the one roof to provide information on what they do, and explain how they can help you or how you […]
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University request for participants to take part in research into in-care abuse

  • Published on 28th July 2017
A PhD student from the University of Central Lancashire is calling for participants to take part in research looking at the experiences of people who have been abused in institutional/care settings. To capture the voice of survivors in her research, she is seeking participants to take part in an online survey to share their experiences, […]
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New vacancies at Future Pathways

  • Published on 24th July 2017
We’re growing our team, with three new vacancies to help us offer more support to people who’ve experienced abuse or neglect in the care system. The three vacancies we are recruiting for are: Personal Outcomes Support Co-ordinator – Older Adults Edinburgh or Glasgow based with travel across Scotland Salary: £32,925 to £36,428 Fulltime: 36.25 hours […]
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We’re recruiting for a Senior Communications Officer

  • Published on 7th July 2017
Future Pathways has a vacancy for a Senior Communications Officer within the Communications and Engagement team. We’re looking for someone who will bring a range of skills and experience in communications to support the delivery of Future Pathways. The role will involve working to raise awareness of our work among key stakeholders including survivors, the Scottish […]
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Take part in Future Pathways’ creative showcase ‘My Journey’

  • Published on 4th July 2017
To help us mark the first anniversary of Future Pathways in September 2017, we are inviting anyone affected by in-care abuse or neglect to share a piece of art, photography or writing on the theme of My Journey. The pieces will be published in an online gallery, and a selection will be exhibited at Future […]
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Opportunity to join Future Pathways Leadership Team

  • Published on 22nd June 2017
We are recruiting! Future Pathways is looking for people with lived experience of in care abuse or neglect, and an interest in promoting wellbeing, to join our leadership team/board on a voluntary basis. The board meets six times a year in Glasgow, and full training and support will be provided. Application packs can be downloaded, […]
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Visit Future Pathways at the Social Work Scotland Conference

  • Published on 9th June 2017
The Future Pathways team will be at this year’s Social Work Expo and Social Work Scotland Annual Conference on 13-15 June at Crieff Hydro. Visit us at stand 27 to find out more about how we could support anyone you are working with who has experienced in-care abuse or neglect. Or chat to us about […]
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Future Pathways Quarterly Report (Jan to March) now available

  • Published on 7th June 2017
The second quarterly report from Future Pathways, Scotland’s In Care Survivor support fund, is now available to download from our website. The report covers the period January to March 17, and provides a summary of key activity during the three months, and the impact that has had on encouraging registrations from people who have experienced […]
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Future Pathways changes phone line hours in response to demand

  • Published on 31st May 2017
Future Pathways, Scotland’s In Care Survivor Support Fund, has new opening hours for its registration line from today (Monday 29 May). People who have been abused or neglected in care and would like to register, or find out more about the service, can now contact the team between 10-6pm, Monday to Friday on Freephone 0808 […]
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First Future Pathways Quarterly Report now available

  • Published on 26th April 2017
The first quarterly report from Future Pathways, which gives an overview of the help and support provided in our first three months of operation, is now available to view. The report covers the period Oct-Dec since we officially opened for service on 29 September 2016, and gives a range of useful information, including number of […]
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