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# Institutional Abuse

Last month
May 2024
Govt's plan for industrial school survivors 'ignores every recommendation' made by committee
All time
Extract: 'My mother was given a half hour’s notice to get me ready to have me taken from her'
Mary Harney
Remembrance centre to be located at site of former Magdalene Laundry on Sean McDermott Street
Amnesty pushes political leaders for institutional abuse apology in Northern Ireland
Public apology over historical institutional abuse in Northern Ireland to be made on 11 March
'A nun poured urine on my head because I snored': Survivors contact DPC and gardaí over destruction of testimony
'It was like a jail': What should become of Ireland's last Magdalene Laundry?
Taoiseach to give Dáil apology to those impacted by Mother and Baby Home
All survivors of institutional abuse to be allowed request access to personal data, Taoiseach confirms
Opinion: 'States of Fear' may have caused a seismic shift in Ireland, but more needs to be done
Sheila Ahern
Christian Brothers complete €6.8m contribution to redress fund
'I feel like crying': Abuse survivors plead with committee to drop plans to seal their records
Lynn Ruane: 'It should be a source of major embarrassment to Ireland that we are yet to ratify this important treaty'
Lynn Ruane
Religious groups still owe €1.3 billion for institutional child abuse
IRA abuse claims show – once again – how the institution is always placed before the victim
Donal O'Keeffe
Opinion: Without meaningful action, apologies to child abuse survivors are just words
Mark Vincent Healy
Opinion: After two decades as a journalist, no project I’ve handled has been quite as harrowing
Bette Browne
Opinion: Tuam's 800 babies – a legacy of shame and horror beyond words
Elaine Feeney
Opinion: Mass grave 'filled to the brim with tiny bones and skulls' shows how we cherish children
Donal O'Keeffe
Documentary about Christine Buckley 'Dear Daughter' to be aired tonight
Column: Magdalenes deserve the respect they were denied for so long - and a proper apology
Aaron McKenna
Protest at Pro Cathedral over government plans for abuse survivors’ trust fund
Quinn insists: Religious orders must meet remaining €470 million abuse bill
Fund to support services for abuse survivors on way
Clerical abuse in Ireland tantamount to torture: report
Some €847 million paid out to victims of institutional abuse: report