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  3. Unwed mothers paid terrible price for 'perverse morality': Irish PM  Sydney Morning Herald
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A new report has found 15 per cent of the children who passed through Ireland's "mother and baby homes" died over a 76-year period.A new report has found 15 per cent of the children who passed through Ireland's "mother and baby homes" died over a 76-year period.

9,000 children died in Ireland's Catholic homes for 'illegitimate' infants, report finds | SBS News

An inquiry finds thousands of infants died in Irish homes for unmarried mothers and their offspring run by the Catholic Church from the 1920s to the late 1990s,An inquiry finds thousands of infants died in Irish homes for unmarried mothers and their offspring run by the Catholic Church from the 1920s to the late 1990s,

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An inquiry into Ireland's mother-and-baby homes said that 9000 children died in 18 different institutions during the 20th century.An inquiry into Ireland's mother-and-baby homes said that 9000 children died in 18 different institutions during the 20th century.

Some 9,000 children died in Ireland's "mother and baby homes", where unmarried mothers were routinely separated from their infant offspring, according to an official report published Tuesday.Some 9,000 children died in Ireland's "mother and baby homes", where unmarried mothers were routinely separated from their infant offspring, according to an official report published Tuesday.

9,000 Died In Irish Homes For "Illegitimate" Infants: Report

Girls as young as 12 were among the 56,000 mothers in Ireland's mother and baby homes, whose harrowing experiences have been laid bare by the disturbing report revealed yesterday.Girls as young as 12 were among the 56,000 mothers in Ireland's mother and baby homes, whose harrowing experiences have been laid bare by the disturbing report revealed yesterday.

Girls as young as 12 were among 56,000 mothers sent to hellish Church homes | Daily Mail Online

Galway Bay fm newsroom – The report is a complete examination of the lives and experiences of the women and children who passed through the institutions – as well as the practices and procedures they lived under. It explores, in-depth, a wide range of issues, including living conditions, mother and child mortality, illegal adoption and […]

Full summary: findings of final report on Tuam Mother and Baby Home – Connacht Tribune – Galway City Tribune:

Galway Bay fm newsroom – The report is a complete examination of the lives and experiences of the women and children who passed through the institutions – as well as the practices and procedures they lived under. It explores, in-depth, a wide range of issues, including living conditions, mother and child mortality, illegal adoption and […]

Full summary: findings of final report on Tuam Mother and Baby Home – Connacht Tribune – Galway City Tribune:

A grandmother of three has spoken about being adopted by a family in Galway after being born in a Mother & Baby Home in Dublin.A grandmother of three has spoken about being adopted by a family in Galway after being born in a Mother & Baby Home in Dublin.

Galway woman speaks about being adopted from Dublin Mother & Baby Home - Galway Daily

print Galway Bay fm newsroom – The final report of the Mother and Baby Homes Commission identifies 2,219 women who were admitted to the Tuam home, and examines, in so far as records allow, their admissions and the fate of their babies It contains harrowing stories of the mothers and children in the Tuam institution, […]

Final report of the Mother and Baby Homes Commission identifies 2,219 women who were admitted to the Tuam home - Galway Bay FM

Landmark report reveals thousands of babies and children died in 18 of Ireland's mother and baby homes

Ireland's 'brutally misogynistic culture' saw the death of 9000 children in mother and baby homes, report finds

The horrors of Ireland’s church-run mother and baby homes has been outlined in a government report, finding that 9000 children died.The horrors of Ireland’s church-run mother and baby homes has been outlined in a government report, finding that 9000 children died.

9000 children died in Ireland’s Mother and Baby Homes

The Irish government is poised to make a formal apology for abuses in church-run homes for unmarried women and their babies, where thousands of infants died a...The Irish government is poised to make a formal apology for abuses in church-run homes for unmarried women and their babies, where thousands of infants died a...

Ireland apology to unwed mothers | The Advertiser - Cessnock | Cessnock, NSW

Homes provided a refuge, however harsh, when there was nowhere else for the women to goHomes provided a refuge, however harsh, when there was nowhere else for the women to go

Mother and Baby Homes: Now we must pay the price for our wilful silence

Watch: Irish PM apologises for 'profound generational wrong' committed at mother and baby homesIrish Taoiseach Micheál Martin also called on leaders of the Catholic church in the country to do the same on behalf of the diocese, which he said "behaved so badly".

Watch: Irish PM apologises for 'profound generational wrong' committed at mother and baby homes | Euronews

An Irish government investigation has found that 40 percent of "illegitimate" infants died in the country's religious-run mother and baby homes during parts of the 1930s and 1940s. It says this was al...An Irish government investigation has found that 40 percent of "illegitimate" infants died in the country's religious-run mother and baby homes during parts of the 1930s and 1940s. It says this was al...

Irish report: Religious-run homes 'significantly reduced' children's survival | National Catholic Reporter

Haunted by ghostly visions of the brothers she never knew, Anna Corrigan had a bad night ahead of the publication on Tuesday of a 3,000-page report into the horrors that unfolded at Ireland's Church-run Mother and Baby Homes.Haunted by ghostly visions of the brothers she never knew, Anna Corrigan had a bad night ahead of the publication on Tuesday of a 3,000-page report into the horrors that unfolded at Ireland's Church-run Mother and Baby Homes.

For victims of Ireland's Mother and Baby Homes, inquiry stirs up painful past | Reuters

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Irish Prime Minister Micheal Martin said the report described "a dark, difficult and shameful chapter of very recent Irish history" and a deeply misogynistic culture in Ireland.Irish Prime Minister Micheal Martin said the report described "a dark, difficult and shameful chapter of very recent Irish history" and a deeply misogynistic culture in Ireland.

Ireland: 9,000 children deaths in church-run homes, report finds | News | DW | 12.01.2021

In light of the findings of yesterday's Report of Commission of Investigation into Mother and Baby Homes the Taoiseach, Micheál Martin, addressed the ...In light of the findings of yesterday's Report of Commission of Investigation into Mother and Baby Homes the Taoiseach, Micheál Martin, addressed the ...

'It remains our shame': Read the Taoiseach's full statement on Mother and Baby Homes report

Ireland’s prime minster issued a formal state apology on Wednesday (Jan 13) to the thousands of unmarried women and their children who endured ...Ireland’s prime minster issued a formal state apology on Wednesday (Jan 13) to the thousands of unmarried women and their children who endured ...

Irish PM sorry for 'profound wrong' of unwed mothers homes - CNA

The Taoiseach said he is concerned his statement yesterday is being presented in a certain light.The Taoiseach said he is concerned his statement yesterday is being presented in a certain light.

Mother and baby home report and government's response is a 'whitewash', says Boyd Barrett

'It’s still very emotional. My mother died without knowing what two of her children had done in their lives or even if they lived’'It’s still very emotional. My mother died without knowing what two of her children had done in their lives or even if they lived’

Survivors describe ‘horrific’ abuse at Ireland’s mother and baby homes after damning new report | The Independent

Report found that approximately 9,000 newborns, infants and young children died at facilities across the country.Report found that approximately 9,000 newborns, infants and young children died at facilities across the country.

Ireland to apologize for massive abuse at ‘mother and baby homes’ – POLITICO

As many as 168 babies may have died may have died in County Clare’s only registered Mother and Baby Home between 1923 and 1932. It’s among the findings contained in the Final Report of the Commission of Investigation, which has a chapter dedicated to the West Clare facility. The Kilrush mother and baby home was […]

Up To 168 Babies May Have Died In Kilrush Mother & Baby Home - Clare FM

Results of investigation expected to tell how 9,000 children died in 18 institutions between 1922 and 1998Results of investigation expected to tell how 9,000 children died in 18 institutions between 1922 and 1998

Report to reveal scale of abuse at Ireland's mother and baby homes | Ireland | The Guardian

An inquiry into Catholic Church run homes for unwed mothers in Ireland has revealed alarming death rates among babies.The 3,000-page report described the emotional and even physical abuse some women were subjected to in the so-called mother-and-baby homes.

9,000 children died in Irish mother-and-baby homes, report finds

Ireland has assessed the harm done by its Catholic Church-run homes for unmarried mothers over most of the 20th century and attempted to fix responsibility. About 9,000 children died in the homes, twice... World News Summaries. | NewserFive-year inquiry finds all of society to blame for abuses

Homes for Unwed Mothers Had Death, 'Little Kindness': Ireland

Unmarried mothers in Ireland faced a "brutally misogynistic culture" for decades, a minister has said after the publication of a report into the deaths of 9,000 children and babies. A five-year investigation by a judicial commission of investigation details how the children died at 18 institutions for unmarried mothers and their babies between 1922 and 1998. The commission's 3,000-page report confirms that 9,000 babies died - about 15% of all the children who were in the institutions - and a figure far higher than the national mortality rate at the time.Unmarried mothers in Ireland faced a "brutally misogynistic culture" for decades, a minister has said after the publication of a report into the deaths of 9,000 children and babies. A five-year investigation by a judicial commission of investigation details how the children died at 18 institutions for unmarried mothers and their babies between 1922 and 1998. The commission's 3,000-page report confirms that 9,000 babies died - about 15% of all the children who were in the institutions - and a figure far higher than the national mortality rate at the time.

9,000 children died at 'brutally misogynistic' homes for unmarried mothers in Ireland

Historian Catherine Corless, who uncovered the scandal of the dead tots at a home in Co Galway, said the Taoiseach was “putting the blame on society”Historian Catherine Corless, who uncovered the scandal of the dead tots at a home in Co Galway, said the Taoiseach was “putting the blame on society”

Church and State working 'hand in hand' to avoid Mother and Baby Home responsibility - Irish Mirror Online

Inquiry into lives of women and children in 18 institutions reveals shocking abuseInquiry into lives of women and children in 18 institutions reveals shocking abuse

Report highlights horror of how Ireland treated unwed mothers and their babies | Europe – Gulf News

Cork TDs call for State and Church to take responsibility for 'harrowing' details of Mother and Baby Homes reportCork TDs call for State and Church to take responsibility for 'harrowing' details of Mother and Baby Homes report

Cork TDs call for State and Church to take responsibility for 'harrowing' details of Mother and Baby Homes report

As part of the Mother and Baby Homes Commission of Investigation a confidential committee was established to provide a forum for people who were former residents of the homes. Many of the witnesses that came forward had never discussed their experiences with any other person.As part of the Mother and Baby Homes Commission of Investigation a confidential committee was established to provide a forum for people who were former residents of the homes. Many of the witnesses that came forward had never discussed their experiences with any other person.

'Society had an obsession with hiding everything'

The 3,000 page report was published yesterday revealing that 9,000 babies died at the institutions between 1922 and 1998The 3,000 page report was published yesterday revealing that 9,000 babies died at the institutions between 1922 and 1998

Cork Bishop says he feels 'shame and embarrassment' over Mother and Baby homes report - Cork Beo

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The level of infant mortality in mother and baby homes is “shocking to the extreme” and should prompt a criminal investigation, Amnesty International Ireland has said.Colm O’Gorman, its executiveThe level of infant mortality in mother and baby homes is “shocking to the extreme” and should prompt a criminal investigation, Amnesty International Ireland has said.Colm O’Gorman, its executive

Taoiseach Micheál Martin has condemned the 'deeply misogynistic culture' uncovered by the final report into Mother and Baby Homes. Taoiseach Micheál Martin has condemned the 'deeply misogynistic culture' uncovered by the final report of the Commission of Investigation into Mother and Baby Homes. The report, published on Tuesday, was compiled after a five-year inquiry into the running of 18 institutions (14 mother-and-baby homes and four county homes) between 1922 and 1998. Responding to the report during a Government press conference on Tuesday, Mr Martin said: 'This marks a significant day in the history of this State, particularly so for survivors and their families. 'I understand just how much the production of this report has been the cause of both

Taoiseach Condemns Deeply Misogynistic Culture Show By Report

Taoiseach Micheál Martin has condemned the 'deeply misogynistic culture' uncovered by the final report into Mother and Baby Homes. Taoiseach Micheál Martin has condemned the 'deeply misogynistic culture' uncovered by the final report of the Commission of Investigation into Mother and Baby Homes. The report, published on Tuesday, was compiled after a five-year inquiry into the running of 18 institutions (14 mother-and-baby homes and four county homes) between 1922 and 1998. Responding to the report during a Government press conference on Tuesday, Mr Martin said: 'This marks a significant day in the history of this State, particularly so for survivors and their families. 'I understand just how much the production of this report has been the cause of both

Taoiseach Condemns Deeply Misogynistic Culture Show By Report

print Galway Bay fm newsroom – The Sisters of Bon Secours have issued a statement following the report of the Commission of Investigation into the Mother and Baby Home in Tuam. The report identified 2,219 women who were admitted to the Tuam home when it was first in Glenamaddy from 1921 to 1925, and in […]

Sisters of Bon Secours issue statement following report on Mother and Baby Home in Tuam - Galway Bay FM

Thousands died at mother and baby homes over many decades.Thousands died at mother and baby homes over many decades.

Mother ‘given wrong information about where child buried’ | Denbighshire Free Press

An independent investigation said the toll was ‘appalling’.An independent investigation said the toll was ‘appalling’.

More than one in 10 children in Ireland’s mother and baby homes died – report | East Lothian Courier

Eamon Martin said the church was clearly part of a culture in which people were frequently stigmatisedEamon Martin said the church was clearly part of a culture in which people were frequently stigmatised

'The Church was clearly part of that culture': Archbishop apologises to home survivors

Investigations uncover that 9,000 children died in the 18 institutions Investigations uncover that 9,000 children died in the 18 institutions

Archbishop Eamon Martin on shocking mother-and-baby report: "I accept that the Church was clearly part of that culture in which people were frequently stigmatized, judged and rejected." - Derry Now

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