The Shame of Ireland
The commission has asked for an year extension to its deadline to publish its full findings.
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The former grounds of the Tuam mother and baby home
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THE COMMISSION OF Investigation into Mother and Baby Homes has…
Who are these people at Right of Place/Second Chance - They do NOT represent me as a survivor in any way shape of form - I do not know these people and yet they seem to speak on my behalf - I have never been contact by any group supposed to be representing survivors to help or advise me in any way. They seem to be taking it upon themselves to speak to Caranua and Mary Higgins, CEO about the 2016 so called review of Caranua about survivors. This is the same Fund set up for survivors who are…Continue
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The UN committee on torture has criticised the Irish government for not pursuing criminal prosecutions against those involved in the ill treatment of women in the Magdalene laundries.
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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
comments made by Mark Vincent Healy on survivors after an announced visit of the Pope to Ireland, I have added the full report on rte news this evening.
Meanwhile, Mark Vincent Healy, an advocate for survivors of child sexual abuse by clergy who has met Pope Francis in the Vatican criticised the manner of the Taoiseach's announcement today.
He dismissed Mr Kenny's claim that the Church under Pope Francis has significantly improved its response worldwide to survivors and…Continue