Welcome to the web site for R.A.N.S. – Ritual Abuse Network Scotland.
We hope that this site will be an informative and useful resource for anyone connected with ritual abuse anywhere in the world, be they survivors, counsellors, or just a concerned friend. We are based in Dundee, Scotland but in todays global society we know we can help anyone, anywhere. For general information for support for abused youngsters please visit our sister site : www.18u.org.uk.
The site also contains information on who we are and how to contact us, an interactive message board so that people can share their knowledge and experiences, a shop where you can purchase books and articles written by the members of RANS, and of course we will keep you up to date with anything of interest in our news section.
We will also provide links to other appropriate sites. For example, Izzy’s Promise is a charity organisation that offers free and confidential support services to :
Ritual/organised abuse survivors
People trafficked via rituals.
Ritual Abuse Training
Our next training course is on 5th and 6th August. Find out more below.
New Research Survey
CONSULTATION WITH ABUSE SURVIVORS AS A RESULT OF INSTITUTIONAL CARE
This is a consultation by Izzy’s Promise a charity organisation (SC033706) based in Dundee, Scotland (UK) that offers free and confidential support and information services to survivors of organised/ritual abuse, BME groups, vulnerable and disabled people, and people with mental health problems occasioned by ritual/organised abuse suffered in their childhood. This survey is aimed at abuse survivors. If this applies to you, please complete the following. Your name will not be recorded anywhere in the final report, and no one will be able to link it to you. All personal information will remain confidential. Your participation in this research project is voluntary. If you do not wish to answer a question, you may refrain from doing so.
National Confidential Forum as a Mode of Acknowledgement and Apology
The key functions of the NCF are to receive and listen in private, to the experiences of adults placed in institutional care as children and to offer acknowledgment of those experiences; to contribute to the prevention of abuse of children placed in institutional care in the future by making proposals to inform policy and practice based on the experiences recounted in hearings of the NCF; and to signpost participants to services which can offer support, advocacy, advice and information before during and after testimony is given.
Definition of key terms
Future Contact and Support
If you would like to get in touch with us for support or volunteering with us please get in touch by emailing email@example.com or Tel 01382224737.