Can Gender Equality and Kindness Fix Scotland’s Family Courts?

Scotland is a compassionate country, yet some mistake Scotland’s kindness for weakness and report our country to be a ‘soft touch’ when it comes to justice. Coercive control and domestic violence have been a burden on our economy and our society for years and it disproportionately affects women.

Family Courts: What will it take to end the abuse?

When domestic abuse victims leave a controlling and often violent relationship, they have two hopes; a peaceful life, free from pain, and a safe and healthy environment for their child. Their hopes get shattered when they enter the draconian family courts.

Our Written Submission to the Government in Support of a Register of Interests for Scotland’s Judiciary

Public Petitions Committee / Justice Committee The Scottish Parliament Edinburgh EH99 1SP Date 7th September 2020 Written submission by The Court Said (Scotland) Petition PE01458 Register of Interests for members of Scotland’s Judiciary Dear committee members We are a group of domestic abuse survivors who have spent many years in the family court system. WeContinue reading “Our Written Submission to the Government in Support of a Register of Interests for Scotland’s Judiciary”