Irish Human Rights Commission call for statutory enquiry on Magdalene Laundries

Nov 17, 2010

9th November 2010

The IHRC have today validated the evidence submitted by the survivor advocacy group Justice for Magdalenes (JFM) and have recommended that a statutory mechanism be established to investigate the matters advanced by the JFM and in appropriate cases to grant redress where warranted.

Any resident of a Laundry or familiy member of such a resident who would like to discuss their legal rights as a result of this development should contact Barry McLoughlin, Solicitor who has extensive experience before the Redress Board for a confidential and no obligation consultation on +353 61 303311

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