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If you haven't already, please do sign the letter supporting Irish Survivors of Institutional Abuse in applying to the Abbey Theatre. If there is enough support and the application is successful, a…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by jack colleton Dec 9, 2017. 3 Replies 2 Likes
There's just over a week left... You all have stories to tell and experiences to share - the Abbey Theatre, Ireland’s National Theatre, has announced, “We want to hear from communities who feel…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by jack colleton Dec 15, 2017. 31 Replies 4 Likes
The Abbey Theatre in Dublin has said “We want to hear from communities who feel marginalised and silenced – we want to hear your stories!” – so this would be a rare chance for survivors, friends and…Continue
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Posted on December 14, 2017 at 22:51 2 Comments 0 Likes
It's the last day for people to sign their names and show their support for this application that's going into the Abbey Theatre this Friday! It's called "Voices of Irish Survivors" - it aims to bring the voices and experiences of survivors of Institutional Abuse onto the stage, by recording the voices and the life story of those who want to tell their stories now.... Please spread the word!
You can sign the letter and find out more here:…
Posted on December 9, 2017 at 14:30 18 Comments 1 Like
Please sign your name in a comment below if you'd like to support this application that's going into the Abbey Theatre this week! It's called "Voices of Irish Survivors" - it aims to bring the voices and experiences of survivors of Institutional Abuse onto the stage, by recording the voices and the life story of those who want to tell their stories now....
It could shine a spotlight on the plight of survivors now…Continue
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Many thanks, Jack! I hope you're doing well - I'll be in touch about the Abbey Theatre scheme in case you know any survivors who would like to get together and put in an application...
Hi Mark my name is Rob I am well known to Rob Northall on here and any others too, this has been a great website for survivors to be able to have a voice. as we are all left totally frustrated in many ways than one Intimidation Abuse Most Petronising, Decietful, Lying Cheating coniving Heartless Careless Misleading Misinforming Trickery misguidence annoying BULLYING condesending avoiding all issues Survivors had with the Education Ministers office not just the one Ministerbt the whole Minister of Education Office NEEDS A TOTALY CLEAN OUT all Ministers should be named and shamed I have every single email to all of these Culprits in their sheer brutal arrogance and determination to refuse any support for young children who were thrown into the same basket as all Relatives I believe i have know and EXPOSED every trick in the book so much i fear what is now to happen to me. I am left Physically and mentally out in the cold so to speak I am denied wefare needs i have never been asked regarding my serious health problems of which i have been hospital ized i have had only one visit from the hospital since my Major heart surgery they have not even bothered this year to contact me with my usual appointment basically i feel like a PATIENT LEFT TO ROT
Hello, Rob and thanks for your comment. That's certainly an appalling situation to be in. Dealing with officialdom seems to have been a nightmare experience for yourself and so many others.... If you want to send me any more information, you can send it to me here. I hope you can manage to get some help and health support locally, one way or another. Is there anyone you can contact who can act as a go-between with the hospital and agencies who might be able to get them to act and help you out?
If you're in Cork, is there anybody that can offer help, especially at this time of year? I do hope they can get their Christmas spirit going at least on your behalf...
I'll be in touch with you again soon....
Hi Mark, I was in a place with my siblings I can't share names to protect the people in the family that still haven't shared their experiences with their own families. I'm out 50 years and just turned 56 this year its been a constant fight and we as survivors are still been abused everyday by the people that are supposed to be helping us. But I say to those new abusers of our trust and governance "I will stand up against those who are against me, I will be strong and will not be broken by the very people hired to help me , I will never allow another person to hurt me again, if the want to fight survivors again bring it on"
Happy Birthday Mark!
Thank you, Jack! Hello from Dublin - And thanks for getting the whole ball rolling - wasn't it your post that started everything off...!
I'll be in touch later...
Mark where do I sign??
Mark Lynch. we might be related.
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