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# mother-and-baby homes

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Commission submits Mother and Baby Homes report to minister
Q&A: Why was the Commission into Mother and Baby Homes set up and what did it examine?
Taoiseach says he's determined to have Mother and Baby Homes report published 'as quickly as possible'
Mother and baby home campaigners lodge complaint over Senator's comments
'Two tests' to be applied for Mother and Baby Home survivors to seek access to records
Concerns raised for survivors 'torn apart' by 'omnishambles' of mother and baby home legislation
Mother and Baby Homes activists reject claim of political interference as FF say campaign has been 'hijacked'
Dozens protest outside Áras an Uachtaráin over Mother and Baby Homes Bill
Legal advice is that GDPR is 'prohibited' by 2004 Act on Mother and Baby Homes Commission - Department
Q&A: What is the mother and baby home legislation passed in the Oireachtas this week?
Fionn Davenport: I was born in a mother and baby home - we have a right to our past
Fionn Davenport
'The beatings were regular and we worked until our fingers bled': My childhood in an industrial school
Dáil passes the Government's Mother and Baby Homes Bill
'When your mother cried during labour, she was paying for her sins': Stories of mother and baby home survivors read into Dáil record
Children’s Minister to re-examine 30-year seal on mother and baby homes records
Dr Maeve O'Rourke: Here's a full analysis of the problems with the Government's Mother and Baby Homes Bill
Dr Maeve O’Rourke
'The nuns sent me away with your child in a wheelbarrow': Powerful speeches in debate on mother and baby homes
Senators express 'serious concern' that mother and baby home records will be sealed for 30 years
New grant scheme set up to help survivor-led mother and baby home groups pay for commemorations
'We were segregated in 'the reject ward'': Survivor describes experience of mixed-race children in mother and baby homes
Submission of final report into mother and baby homes delayed to later this year
Package of health support for former residents of Mother and Baby Homes announced
Cabinet approves legislation to excavate site of Tuam mother and baby home
Republic of Shame: 'One woman came in wearing two corsets to hide her pregnancy'
Diarmuid Martin: 'It's hard to believe that evidence has simply vanished and that no one can remember'
Bessborough nun claims she doesn't remember any child deaths - there were 31 during her time there
Mother and baby homes: Almost 1,000 dead children from Dublin homes sent for medical use
A national memorial and health supports: Zappone offers new measures for survivors of Mother and Baby Homes
Surveys to be carried out on burial grounds at Sean Ross Abbey in Tipperary
'Many still don't know where loved ones are buried': Irish abuse conference happening in Boston
'My mother was tied to the bed and when she couldn't push, one of the nuns sat on her chest'
Marie Collins: Pope was 'not familiar' with Magdalen laundries or industrial schools
Women never released into society and strategic deceit of illegal adoptions: 'We can't forget'
Names of 239 children who died in Protestant institutions added to memorial headstones
'Now, I can tell my stories. I've been silenced my whole life': Tuam survivors network launches
Mother and baby homes: It will be difficult to 'establish facts' on burial records say investigators
'Fearless' Catherine Corless wins human rights award
'I'm anxious that every bit of evidence gets out there, just in case it's a carbon copy of Tuam'
'I had no idea that I could've gotten these injections': Home survivor told he was put on vaccine trial
Adoption in Ireland: 'We're still going through it, we're still carrying the shame'