IICSA has published its report into the child migration scheme operated by the UK government between the 1940s and 1970s

IICSA has published its report into the child migration scheme operated by the UK government between the 1940s and 1970s.  The Inquiry has been critical of the UK Government and relevant institutions.  It has made recommendations, including that the UK Government should set up a compensation process to make payments in Redress.

 

The Counsel to the Inquiry team included Henrietta Hill QC (also Deputy Counsel to the Inquiry) and Katie O’Byrne of DSC.

 

The Child Migrants Trust, a core participant, which has been instrumental in bringing the issue of former child migrants to public knowledge was represented by Aswini Weereratne QC and Keina Yoshida of DSC.

 

Click here and here to read about this in the press. 

 

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