- Jan 22, 2011
Dearbhail McDonald, Legal Editor Irish Independent https://twitter.com/DearbhailDibs
Mary Lou McDonald, SF TD Dublin Central Mary Lou McDonald - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Claire McGettrick, Co-founder/PRO Justice for Magdalenes https://twitter.com/cmcgettrick
John Rogers, Author For the Love of My Mother J.P. Rodgers - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The report of the committee investigating State involvement with the Magdalene Laundries between 1922 and 1996 has been published. Four congregations ran Magdalene Laundries:
* Sisters of Our Lady of Charity
* Mercy Sisters
* Sisters of Charity
* Good Shepherd Sisters.
Minister for Justice, Alan Shatter, said the report covers a broad range of substantive areas.
* the routes by which women entered the Magdalene Laundries
* inspection of the Magdalene Laundries as workplaces covered by the Factories Acts
* financial assistance to the Magdalene Laundries
* detailed statistical analysis and much more.
Tonights show should be an interesting one, with a good panel. Worth viewing
The Department of Justice and Equality: Report of the Inter-Departmental Committee to establish the facts of State involvement with the Magdalen Laundries
Key Magdalen laundry files went missing, says McAleese - National News - Independent.ie
Report on Magdalene Laundries published - RTÉ News
State had 'significant' role in Magdalene laundry referrals - The Irish Times - Tue, Feb 05, 2013
Magdalene asylum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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