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Victims of child abuse have set out detailed proposals and costings for a redress scheme which they want the Northern Ireland Executive to set up following the end of the Historic Institutional Abuse Inquiry.
Victims of historic child abuse in Northern Ireland are urging the Stormont Executive to provide redress for the suffering experienced in residential institutions.
The UNHR has criticised the UK Government and the Northern Ireland Executive on their failings to reform abortion law and address ‘Troubles’ related issues.
Amnesty International has welcomed the Yes vote in the referendum in the Republic of Ireland to allow civil marriage equality for same-sex couples.
Amnesty has expressed concern that the Catholic Church body auditing internal child protection practice in Northern Ireland is having its work undermined and its funding cut.
Northern Ireland victims of institutional child abuse will gather in Belfast on 7 October at a conference organised by Amnesty International to press for an independent inquiry.
Sexual abuse survivors in Northern Ireland have welcomed plans by Amnesty International to hold a conference in Belfast that will press for an independent inquiry.
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