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# Justice for Magdalenes

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'My mother was tied to the bed and when she couldn't push, one of the nuns sat on her chest'
Appeal to fund hotel stays for large-scale gathering of Magdalene survivors
Public asked to lay flowers on graves of Magdalene women for Mother's Day
'Six women from our group have passed away... it’s upsetting'
UN criticises Magdalene orders for 'refusal' to contribute to redress
"Immediate State action" needed on Magdalene justice scheme
'Serious errors' with McAleese Report, say Magdalene survivors
Refusal of religious orders to compensate Magdalenes 'beggars belief'
Call for immediate independent redress scheme for Magdalene women
Justice for Magdalenes group ends its campaign
Magdalene group raises concerns with UN committee
Still much work to do to ensure justice for Magdalenes
Justice for Magdalenes welcomes the official State apology to victims
Magdalene survivors "expect apology next week"
Apology is 'fundamentally important' as Magdalenes meet Taoiseach today
Group of Magdalene survivors to meet Taoiseach tomorrow
This is how the world reacted to the Magdalene Laundries report
Shatter refuses to admit State's involvement in laundries was wrong
In their own words: Survivors' accounts of life inside a Magdalene Laundry
'We still live in a Magdalene Ireland'
How Twitter reacted to the Magdalene Laundry report
SIPTU calls for financial compensation for Magdalene survivors
In numbers: the report into the State's role in the Magdalene Laundries
'State must finally accept its role': Amnesty responds to Magdalene report
Magdalene Laundries report finds direct State involvement
Pressure on Government as Magdalene Laundries report due
'Margaret died of her slave-related injuries': a Magdalene daughter shares her story
Magdalenes hope for an apology after a long fight
Magdalene Laundry report to be published next week
Newspaper ad from 1838 lays bare how society viewed those in Magdalene Laundries
Justice for Magdalenes group call for 'dignified debate' ahead of tonight's motion
"We got one egg a year" - survivors' submission provides evidence of State interaction with Magdalene Laundries
Final report on Magdalene Laundries delayed to year-end
Senator McAleese meets with Magdalene survivors
Magdalene survivors criticise 'unacceptable' delay for apology and redress
Group calls for State apology to Magdalene laundry survivors
Government agrees to establish a Magdalene Laundries committee
Nuns say they will participate in any Magdalene inquiry
Poll: Should a statutory inquiry into the Magdalene Laundries be established?