A collection of our coverage on the Tuam Home babies story and stories on other Irish Mother and Baby Homes.
Legal experts say that President Higgins had little choice when it came to signing the Mother and Baby Home bill into law.
The legislation has been fiercely opposed by survivors of Ireland's Mother and Baby Homes, who argue that they will not be able to access their own information.
Maine man Kevin Battle traces his mother using an AncestryDNA test. Battle had been lied to by Irish Catholic Nuns about his past.
The Coalition of Mother and Baby Home Survivors says it is "delighted" with the progress of its petition in the European Parliament.
Around 800 babies are thought to be buried at the Tuam Mother and Baby Home.
As legalized abortion in Northern Ireland draws ever closer, researchers have explored harrowing stories of single pregnant Irish women who fled to America
Survivors of Ireland's notorious religious institutions say they were re-traumatized as the Irish State attempted to construct a Redress scheme
Rosemary Adaser is speaking out after portions of a 2018 report detailing the experience of mixed-race people in Ireland's Mother and Baby Homes have finally come to light.
Elizabeth Coppin was forced to work without pay under cruel conditions in three different Magdalene Laundries.
A survivor of the infamous Magdalene Laundries claims she has been denied justice by the Irish State for over 20 years and is taking her case to the United Nations Committee Against Torture.
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