Scotland made a promise to care experienced
children and young people:

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You will grow up loved, safe and respected.
And by 2030, that promise must be kept.

How was the promise made?

Scotland made its promise following the Independent Care Review, which made clear its current "care system" wasn't working.

Who supports Scotland to keep it?

The Promise Scotland exists to support people and organisations across Scotland to keep the promise.

And who makes sure it's kept?

The Promise Oversight Board check if enough's happening to #KeepThePromise— and holds organisations to account if it isn't.

Design School

The Design School connects and supports people who benefit from services, and people who deliver them.

It helps these people work together to create services that work well, by helping them learn principles of service design.

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Resources

Resources produced around how Scotland can #KeepThePromise.

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Latest news

Fiona Duncan’s Keynote Address at the Wealth of Nations 2.0 Conference

25 November 2022


Read the full text of Fiona Duncan's Keynote Address to the Conference, which focused on how Scotland can build towards a wellbeing economy.

Care Experienced Week: Letter from Fiona Duncan

26 October 2022


Read Fiona Duncan's letter to the care experienced community.