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Northern Ireland's Abuse inquiry: no statement copies for alleged victims, rules a Judge.

The Historical Institutional Abuse Inquiry concerning Northern Ireland - link to the official website.

Terms Of Reference and official announcement of Northern Ireland Historical Abuse Inquiry Northern Ireland Executive, 06/06/12.

Judge to chair Historical Institutional Abuse Inquiry Northern Ireland Executive, 06/06/12.

Judge to lead Northern Ireland historical abuse inquiry UTV Live News, 31/05/12. The Northern Ireland Inquiry will assess whether there were systemic failings by the state or institutions in their duties towards children under 18 for whom they provided residential care between 1945 and 1995. A distinguished retired judge Sir Anthony Hart will chair and direct the Executive's inquiry into historical abuse. Beverley Clarke, Norah Gibbons, Dave Marshall QPM and Tom Shaw CBE have agreed to be the acknowledgement forum panel members.

Northern Ireland abuse inquiry could take two years to establish BBC News, 21/09/11.

NI Ministers urged to move more quickly to establish inquiry with proper powers of investigation Amnesty International 29/09/11.

Northern Ireland Executive to establish historical abuse inquiry going back to 1945 BBC News, 29/09/11.

Amnesty support calls for Northern Ireland clerical abuse probe Amnesty International 30/09/11.

Irish Survivors urge the Pope to indemnify the Irish Nation by Genevieve Carbery, the Irish Times, 15/02/10. Survivors have rejected a memorial at the present time, leading survivor John Kelly stated "If we get a memorial now then people will say that we got what we wanted". Other outstanding issues had to addressed first by the Religious Orders.

Taking care of our children Irish Times, 29/07/09.

Child welfare groups and abuse victims welcome Ryan report plan by Carl O'Brien, Irish Times, 29/07/09.

Reporting of suspected abuse now compulsory in Ireland by Carl O'Brien, Irish Times, 29/07/09.

Orders should give more to redress scheme, says Healy Irish Times, 27/05/09.

Taoiseach calls on religious orders to pay more by Stephen Collins and Patsy McGarry, Irish Times, 27/05/09.

Grasping the moral nettle Irish Independent, 26/05/09.

Christian Brothers issue apology to abuse victims Irish Independent, 26/05/09.

Top garda to investigate if abusers can face charges by Tom Brady and Ralph Riegel, Irish Independent, 26/05/09.

Statement by Orders "an emotional stunt" by Eoin Burke-Kennedy, Irish Times, 26/05/09.

Orders accused of self protection by Luke Cassidy and Eoin Burke-Kennedy, Irish Times, 26/05/09.

Christian Brothers pledge resources by Eoin Burke-Kennedy, Irish Times, 26/05/09.

Please remove stigma of my conviction letters to the Irish Independent, 25/05/09.

Police in the Irish Republic are examining if criminal charges can be brought over a damning report on child sex abuse at Catholic institutions BBC News, 25/05/09.

Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children notes regret over committing children by Carl O'Brien, Irish Times, 23/05/09.

Bishop says report reveals church's "shameful betrayal of sacred trust" by Kathryn Hayes, Irish Times, 23/05/09.

Lenihan welcomes Church remarks on abuse scheme by Éanna Ó Caollaí, Irish Times, 24/05/09.

Concentration camps run by holy men and women by Justine McCarthy, Irish Tribune, 24/05/09.

How religious orders are responding to the Commission To Inquire into Child Abuse by John Downes, Irish Tribune, 24/05/09.

Brothers fail to stop the truth coming out by Justine McCarthy, Irish Tribune, 24/05/09.

Abuse report blasts nun cleared of rape by John Downes, Martin Frawley and Shane Coleman, Irish Tribune, 24/05/09.

Brothers to hand over millions for the abused by John Walshe, Shane Phelan and Paul Melia, Irish Independent, 27/05/09.

Pressure grows to reopen abuse deal by Fionnan Sheahan and John Cooney, Irish Independent, 25/05/09.

Book of solidarity open all weekend in Dublin Irish Independent, 23/05/09.

The victim who opened the floodgates on our nation's darkest secret Gemma O'Doherty talks to Andrew Madden, Irish Independent, 23/05/09.

How much have we really learned from the suffering of the children? by John Crown, Irish Independent, 24/05/09.

Retribution demands a reformation by Anne Harris, Irish Independent, 24/05/09.

Victims' sad tales of abuse could fill a book by Don Lavery, Irish Independent, 24/05/09.

Church and State both failed victims as inspectors drank tea in the parlour by Florence Horsman Hogan, Irish Independent, 24/05/09.

Children's tales from their own private hell by Maeve Sheehan, Irish Independent, 24/05/09.

Abuse "Ireland's darkest chapter" BBC News, 21/05/09.

Religious congregations unwilling to accept responsibility for abuse Irish Independent, 20/05/09.

Irish church knew abuse "endemic" BBC News, 20/05/09.

Website of the Commission to Inquire into Child Abuse in Ireland.

The full Report of the Commission to Inquire into Child Abuse in Ireland.

PDF Document Executive Summary of the five volume Report of the Commission to Inquire into Child Abuse in Ireland, established in 2000 (PDF format).

Children exposed to "daily terror" in Irish run institutions by Patsy McGarry, Irish Times, 20/05/09.

Ireland abuse inquiry report due by Yvonne Murray, BBC News, 17/05/09.

Bishop apologises after abuse report highlights diocese failings by Patsy McGarry, Irish Times, 03/01/09.

Children put in danger by Ralph Riegel, Irish Independent, 20/12/08.

 
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