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# Roderic O'Gorman

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Tuam site may finally be excavated in 2022 - five years after 'significant' human remains found
'We've been totally vindicated': State admits rights of Mother & Baby Home survivors were breached
Schools and creches to be given €72 million to help reduce spread of Covid
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
UN experts warn Burials Bill may 'create obstacles' to examining deaths at Mother & Baby Homes
UN to review Ireland's record on human rights, conversion therapy and Traveller discrimination
Adoption tracing legislation ‘risks being found unconstitutional’, O'Gorman tells Committee
O'Gorman says term 'birth mother' is 'reductive and hurtful' ahead of legislation debate
Vomiting and fever among side effects experienced by children who took part in GSK trials
Donnelly says all restrictions should be gone by Christmas, Holohan says he hopes 'much sooner'
O'Gorman 'welcomes' new report that contradicts findings of Mother and Baby Home Commission
Hungarian government writes to Ireland and EU ministers over criticism of anti-LGBT law
Department 'in breach of EU law' unless it gives health records to Mother and Baby Home survivors
Minister for Equality praises people of Waterford for 'incredible solidarity' with LGBTQ+ community
'It sends a clear message': Government minister to visit Waterford after Pride flags burned in city
Mother and Baby Homes: State argues that Philomena Lee and others taking legal action aren't recognisable in report
Committee 'disappointed' by commissioners' refusal to attend meeting but 'accepts it'
'I am fuming, it's so disrespectful': Survivors react to commissioners' refusal to appear before Oireachtas
Minister tells survivors he believes them as opposition call report 'whitewashed fiction'
24 Emergency Accommodation centres for asylum seekers to be closed this year
White Paper for ending Direct Provision 'won't work unless processing times get significantly shorter' - O'Gorman
Covid-19 and restrictions have had 'devastating impact' on mental health of LGBTI+ young people in Ireland
DNA testing for Mother and Baby Home sites could include 'aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews'
'Groundbreaking' legislation will give adopted people access to birth certs and early life information
Over 1,000 people with status to remain are stuck in Direct Provision as they can't find other housing
O'Gorman stresses GSK's 'moral obligation' over vaccine trials but company's position 'remains unchanged'
Illegal adoption investigator says she was treated 'disrespectfully and in an unprofessional manner' by Dept
Migrants in Ireland 'fear speaking out' about gender-based violence over worries they will lose legal status
'Imagine someone clicked their fingers and you had no family or history, that's the reality for thousands of us'
Campaigner Derek Leinster says Protestant survivors and those living abroad 'not a priority' for redress
Department says consulting firm was hired due to 'urgency' in setting up mother and baby home redress scheme
Trial by Telegram: Ireland's far right mobilising on 'privacy-first' messaging app
O'Gorman says adopted people will get birth certs and other information under new legislation
Report into illegal adoptions estimates there are thousands of 'suspicious' files, but advises against inquiry
Minister to bring memo on illegal birth registrations to Cabinet next week