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# mother-and-baby homes

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Planning permission sought for apartment buildings on site of former Mother and Baby Home
Redacted Lives: Listen to the first episode of our new documentary series here
Mother and Baby Homes: Forum says Tusla is 'erratic, dysfunctional and devoid of trust'
Redacted Lives: The first episode of our new documentary series is out now
'Pregnant from Ireland' - A term many people didn't know until recently, even the women themselves
Mother and Baby Homes: Collaborative Forum's report to finally be published - after years of delays
Redacted Lives: New podcast will explore how families were torn apart by Mother and Baby Homes
'You're a Quinn, you're one of us': Woman adopted to US in 1960 finally meets her Irish family
Government told to sue religious orders, or seize their assets, if they refuse to pay redress
'€5,000 for your child being taken? You would get multiples of that for a whiplash injury'
Holly Cairns: Calculating redress based on length of time in an institution is just wrong
Holly Cairns
Mother and Baby Homes: People will have up to five years to apply for redress under new scheme
Mother and Baby Homes: Survivors say redress scheme ignores the trauma of family separation
Opinion: Last week, birth information became accessible - but the law doesn't go far enough
Claire McGettrick
Mother and Baby Homes: Some consequences - like testimonies - are more important than others
Mixed-raced people had 'childhood stolen' in Irish institutions & redress must be extended, UN says
'100 years of injustice': Survivors call for mother and baby home redress scheme to be extended
'These were babies, not numbers': New website documents deaths in mother and baby homes
'This isn't justice': Relatives criticise fact Bessborough site won't be excavated like Tuam
The Explainer x Noteworthy: Are religious property proceeds going to redress?
Religious orders involved in redress sold properties totalling €90 million since 2016
Campaigners 'outraged' over plan to build 420 apartments on Bessborough mother and baby home site
Campaigner criticises Government’s exhumation plans at Tuam mother and baby site
Tusla cannot confirm how many records it has about St Gerard's mother and baby home
'Two babies from one family, gone': Tusla unable to locate records despite 'extensive' search
'Where is she?': Survivor of Tuam home discovers he has a second sister with no burial record
Independent office to lead excavation of Tuam Mother and Baby Home site
More Mother and Baby Home survivors to take legal action if they're excluded from Redress Bill
Tuam mother and baby home site to be excavated after President signs Burials Bill into law
6-month rule and legal waiver must be scrapped from Mother & Baby Home redress plan, committee says
Long-awaited bill passed to allow excavation of remains found in Tuam
Adopted people will finally get access to records after President signs Bill into law
Council unable to find burial place of babies despite checking records of 13 graveyards
Bethany Home survivor 'highly concerned' by legal delays as State seeks more time to respond
Taoiseach ‘more than willing’ to offer State apology for illegal birth registrations
'People are dying before they get justice': Another member leaves Mother and Baby Home forum
Mother & Baby Homes: GPs no longer have to sign off on requests by survivors to get health records
Remembrance centre to be located at site of former Magdalene Laundry on Sean McDermott Street
'It's an insult': €3,000 payment for people who were illegally adopted criticised
'This will haunt the Government': Call for extension of MBH redress, or for new Commission to be held