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Nuns criticised for causing inquiry ‘difficulties’. News Letter. Jan 28, 2014

Counsel to the Historical Institutional Abuse Inquiry, Christine Smith QC, said yesterday delays by the Sisters of Nazareth in submitting evidence caused considerable difficulties.

"Northern Ireland child abuse inquiry to hear victims of Derry nuns." Former residents of homes run by Sisters of Nazareth to give evidence at historical institutional abuse inquiry on Monday. Henry McDonald Ireland correspondent theguardian.com, Monday 27 January 2014

Northern Ireland child abuse inquiry to hear victims of Derry nuns

"Northern Ireland child abuse inquiry to hear victims of Derry nuns." Former residents of homes run by Sisters of Nazareth to give evidence at historical institutional abuse inquiry on Monday. Henry McDonald Ireland correspondent theguardian.com, Monday 27 January 2014

Statement on Historical Institutional Abuse Inquiry, 29 September 2011.  First Minister Peter Robinson and acting deputy First Minister John O'Dowd announce the Executive will take forward statutory inquiry into Historical Institutional Abuse.  Video from official Youtube channel of the Northern Ireland Executive.

Statement on Historical Institutional Abuse Inquiry, 29 September 2011

According to a June 3, 2013, press release, "A major statutory inquiry into historical institutional abuse in Northern Ireland is today launching an international appeal for victims and survivors to come forward."  The Inquiry's home page includes background information, press releases, video interviews, schedules, and more.

According to a June 3, 2013, press release, "A major statutory inquiry into historical institutional abuse in Northern Ireland is today launching an international appeal for victims and survivors to come forward." The Inquiry's home page includes background information, press releases, video interviews, schedules, and more.

Child migrants speak out as N Ireland inquiry heads to Australia http://www.abc.net.au/news/2013-10-21/historical-institutional-abuse-inquiry/5036492 BARBARIC BEHAVIOUR BY GOVERNMENT.

The Historical Institutional Abuse inquiry in Northern Ireland recommends children who were transported to Australia in the and be given compensation for the trauma they suffered.

Care children 'forced to eat their own vomit.' Some children at residential homes run by Catholic nuns in Northern Ireland were made to eat their own vomit, a lawyer said.. News Letter, Jan 28, 2014

Care children 'forced to eat their own vomit.' Some children at residential homes run by Catholic nuns in Northern Ireland were made to eat their own vomit, a lawyer said. News Letter, Jan 2014

Cardinal Seán Brady leaves the Historical Institutional Abuse Inquiry at Banbridge courthouse, Co Down.

Irish cardinal admits inquiries into child rapist priest were only to protect Catholic church

Seán Brady tells historical abuse inquiry in Northern Ireland that Catholic clerics kept investigations into Brendan Smyth secret to protect church’s ‘good name’

Northern Ireland child abuse inquiry: 'We were child slaves from a young age'.  Hundreds come forward to tell Northern Ireland inquiry about historical institutional abuse in the country.

Northern Ireland child abuse inquiry: 'We were child slaves from a young age'

Northern Ireland child abuse inquiry: 'We were child slaves from a young age'. Hundreds come forward to tell Northern Ireland inquiry about historical institutional abuse in the country.

Child in distress

'Widespread abuse' in children's homes

Historical Institutional Abuse Inquiry: 'Widespread abuse' in children's homes 20 January 2017 From the section Northern Ireland Image copyright Thinkstock.

Nuns criticised for causing inquiry ‘difficulties’. News Letter. Jan 28, 2014

Counsel to the Historical Institutional Abuse Inquiry, Christine Smith QC, said yesterday delays by the Sisters of Nazareth in submitting evidence caused considerable difficulties.

Nuns did nothing to stop our abuse by older boys in home, victim tells inquiry. 31 JANUARY 2014  A former resident of a Church-run children's home has told an inquiry how he was sexually abused by older boys while he slept. Belfat Telegraph. Jan 31, 2014

Nuns did nothing to stop our abuse by older boys in home, victim tells inquiry. 31 JANUARY 2014 A former resident of a Church-run children's home has told an inquiry how he was sexually abused by older boys while he slept.

Young orphans who were sent from Northern Ireland to institutions in Australia were “painted black” for the apparent entertainment of their fellow ship passengers, a victim has revealed in testimony.

Inquiry into Northern Ireland’s institutional child abuse hears shocking testimony from survivor. Above: Child migrants building a swimming pool at Clontarf Boy's Home in Waterford, Western Australia.

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