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# Magdalene Laundries

Last month
June 2024
Mother and Baby Home inquiry in North must not 'repeat mistakes' of Republic, survivor warns
This year
NI truth panel receives major record haul, boosting mother and baby home inquiry
Cillian Murphy says new film on Magdalene Laundries 'asks questions about complicity and silence'
Last year
Public consultation launched on Centre for Research and Remembrance at former Magdalene Laundry
'I could feel the blood draining from me': Magdalene survivor criticises 'frightening' UN decision
'I feel deflated, so low': Magdalene laundry survivor loses case at UN Committee Against Torture
Opinion: Will it take a miracle for State to do right thing on Mother and Baby redress scheme?
James Smith
All time
Michelle O’Neill to push for public inquiry into mother and baby homes
'Will this be Opportunity Lost 2.0?': State must 'learn from mistakes' of past redress schemes
'It was like a jail': What should become of Ireland's last Magdalene Laundry?
'The door to her cell was bolted': Magdalene survivor takes case against Ireland to UN
Magdalene Laundry survivor (80) awarded settlement for unpaid work
'Simply unacceptable': Plans for apartments on former Magdalene Laundry site under fire
Just one maximum compensation payout in Magdalene scheme since expansion
'Nobody will be left short': Magdalene Laundry redress to be extended to survivors blocked from compensation
'Many still don't know where loved ones are buried': Irish abuse conference happening in Boston
Dublin City Council says sale of former Magdalene Laundry site is 'chance of a lifetime'
"The nightmares will always be there": These Magdalene survivors tell their personal stories
'The nun made us put our hands on electrical panels to get an electric shock'
'I think Magdalene survivors should be remembered one day every year'
'Ireland failed you' - President hosts Magdalene Survivors
'I'm still angry': Survivors to discuss how Magdalene Laundries should be remembered
Hundreds of Magdalene Laundry survivors gather in Dublin for two-day event
Magdalene Laundries: 'Memorial needed for women detained under heartless, vicious regime'
Mary Lou McDonald
Appeal to fund hotel stays for large-scale gathering of Magdalene survivors
Magdalene memorial: 'I grew up in the shadow of that laundry'
Gary Gannon
Japanese hotel chain is 'likely' buyer for Magdalene Laundry site - councillor
UN criticises government for failure to prosecute abuse perpetrators in Magdalene Laundries
"Nobody told us she had died" - the story of Margaret Bullen, who spent her entire life in a Magdalene Laundry
'They’d put me in a room with nothing to eat and no windows. Then they would cut my hair to the bone'
'Enda, parents sent children to industrial schools because a court compelled them or they had no choice'
Sinead Pembroke
Public asked to lay flowers at graves of Magdalene women today
Public asked to lay flowers on graves of Magdalene women for Mother's Day
'Six women from our group have passed away... it’s upsetting'
Magdalene survivors to get specialised health cards from next month
How many died in Magdalene laundries? Survivors at odds with Government on the figures
An inmate in Limerick Prison made these Magdalene-inspired quilts
"Important services" missing from Magdalene survivors redress scheme
UN told symphysiotomy patients were 'operated upon wide awake and often screaming'
Opinion: Adoption, illegitimate children and ‘the bogey of proselytism’ in Catholic Ireland
Amy Bracken