The Shame of Ireland
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After 10 Years of Campaigning on behalf of Survivors using the Name
"Industrial Schools Ireland"…Continue
April 04, 2017 03:30 AM
Young boys, inmates of an Irish industrial school.
Editor's note: The text that follows appeared in the Irish Voice on March 29th 2017 as a letter to the Editor.
I recall clearly a shocking conversation that I had about…Continue
Committee of Public Accounts.
By the nature of its role as the public spending watchdog, the Committee of Public Accounts is one of the most powerful Oireachtas Committees.
It has a key role to play in ensuring that there is accountability and transparency in the way Government agencies allocate, spend and manage their finances and in guaranteeing that the taxpayer receives value for money for every euro spent.
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Survivors of institutional child abuse in industrial schools received…Continue
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This piece was first published in News Beacon Ireland...I think News Beacon Ireland has closed it's publications now and this piece has been removed...I copy it here as a Blog Post.
Clarissa sat in the doctor’s surgery – she said “all I want is safe healthcare” she knew he was not…Continue
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Yesterday After Being Told By My Caranua Advisor (3rd Call Ever With Them) That Caranua Has Refused My Request For Assistance With Essential Repairs To My House In Ireland Because I Reside In England Having Fled To Here After 18 Years Of Suffering The Effects Of Abduction, Imprisonment, Sex Abuse, Assaults, Denied Adoption (Not Even A Foster Home), Torture And Being Drugged By A Scientist Etc. I Was Browsing Online Reviewing The History Of The State Child Abuse Inquiry, So…Continue
This turned up via Personal Message for the Shame Of Ireland Twitter Account from an Industrial School Survivor
Can anyone tell me if I'm entitled to an Irish pension? I was born in 1945 in lreland and I left an industrial school and went to work for a tailor for five years I got cash…Continue