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# Reparations

This year
# Reparations
British family descended from slave owners to apologise and pay £100,000 in reparations
The Trevelyan family had more than 1,000 slaves there in the 19th century and owned six sugar plantations.
Last year
# Reparations
Poland asks Germany for war reparations of €1.3 trillion
Germany invaded Poland in 1939.
# Protests
British royals to face protests and call for slavery reparations in Jamaica
It is thought a demonstration will be staged outside the British High Commission in Kingston on Tuesday.
All time
# Reparations
Bristol council passes motion on reparations for city’s role in slave trade
Mayor Marvin Rees said the conversation on race will be complex, but that should not stop it taking place.
'A moral imperative' Divisive slavery reparations hearing takes place in the US
The idea that the descendants of US slaves should be compensated has proven controversial.
# Germany
Greek subway stations are showing films demanding World War II reparations
“We demand Germany’s debts.”
# Oireachtas agenda
Whistleblowers, alcohol-related public order offences and trade secrets
Everything happening in Leinster House today.
# Charities
Courts 'poor box' to be scrapped in favour 'more transparent' reparations fund
The poor box has been in existence since before the foundation of the State.
# Magdalenes
Magdalene survivors criticise 'unacceptable' delay for apology and redress
It is almost a year since a United Nations Committee Against Torture recommended an independent inquiry and redress for former residents of the infamous Magdalene Laundries.
# Blood Diamonds
Taylor verdict hailed a 'victory for victims'
Human rights groups call for better reparations for victims and for more perpetrators to be brought to justice.