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# Redress

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Mica redress: Package for homeowners capped at €420,000 in €2.2 billion scheme
Government will not oppose motion for review of redress scheme for Mother and Baby Home survivors
Over 30 experts ask O'Gorman to change redress scheme so it considers 'impact of early trauma'
'They're waiting for more of us to die': Women whose children were taken react to redress scheme
'No understanding of trauma': Survivors hit out at 6-month rule & legal waiver in redress scheme
Mother and Baby Homes: 34,000 survivors eligible for compensation in €800m redress scheme
'Can you put a price on trauma?': Redress scheme for survivors of mother and baby homes ready
'Groundbreaking': Survivors welcome inquiry into Mother and Baby Homes in Northern Ireland
Redress scheme proposed for Mother and Baby Home survivors who suffered in the institutions
Bethany Home survivor Derek Leinster lodges legal proceedings against Irish State
Mica redress package will be 'one of the biggest ever announced in relation to anything'
Decision on mica scheme may not be made by end of October, junior minister says
'Not what we signed off on': Mica campaigners unhappy with redress report
'O'Brien needs to get his act together' say Mica protesters outside Leinster House today
Mica redress: Tánaiste says 'it's not the government's money' so 'we must have cost control'
'Will this be Opportunity Lost 2.0?': State must 'learn from mistakes' of past redress schemes
'It's just been years of crying, hatred, feeling angry': Three mica homeowners share their stories
The Mica controversy explained: Here's why thousands of people took to the streets of Dublin to protest today
O'Gorman stresses GSK's 'moral obligation' over vaccine trials but company's position 'remains unchanged'
'Imagine someone clicked their fingers and you had no family or history, that's the reality for thousands of us'
'Pay us and acknowledge what happened': Mother and baby home survivors want compensation and a remembrance day
Department apologises after 'careless' data breach of people attending mother and baby home redress meetings
Campaigner Derek Leinster says Protestant survivors and those living abroad 'not a priority' for redress
UN asked to request that Irish govt sets up independent investigation into Mother and Baby Homes
Department says consulting firm was hired due to 'urgency' in setting up mother and baby home redress scheme
O'Gorman says adopted people will get birth certs and other information under new legislation
'Adding insult to injury': Anger over mother and baby home recordings being destroyed
Opinion: The mother and baby homes Commission report misses the point on redress
Máiréad Enright
Poll: Should a 'national voluntary collection' be set up for survivors of mother and baby homes?
Archbishop says religious orders should not be 'scapegoated' for Mother and Baby Homes
'I apologise for the profound generational wrong': Taoiseach gives landmark apology to survivors of mother and baby homes
5-year investigation finds at least 9,000 children died in Ireland's mother and baby homes
'Accept responsibility and we might accept your apology': Survivors brace themselves for mother and baby home report
'Shameful stand-off' preventing Troubles victims receiving compensation, advocate warns
'It was now or never': Abuse survivor on why he spoke out on RTÉ programme in 2009
AIB setting aside €300 million redress for 'previously identified' tracker mortgage victims
'I feel like crying': Abuse survivors plead with committee to drop plans to seal their records
Christian Brothers to pay outstanding €6.8 million to redress scheme
'Totally and utterly ruined': The eight-year battle by homeowners affected by mica concrete block scandal
Motion seeking redress for victims abused as children passes despite government opposition