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Ireland: ‘Tuam babies’ mass grave allegations must spark urgent investigation

Disturbing revelations about an unmarked “mass grave” of up to 800 babies and children found in Tuam, a town in the west of Ireland, must prompt urgent answers from the Irish Government about the wider issue of past child abuse in religious-run institutions, said Amnesty International today.   Disturbing revelations about an unmarked “mass grave” of up to 800 babies and children found in Tuam, a town in the west of Ireland, must prompt urgent answers from the Irish Government about the w

Ireland: ‘Tuam babies’ mass grave allegations must spark urgent investigation - 5 juin 2014

Headline Title:  Ireland: ‘Tuam babies’ mass grave allegations must spark urgent investigation   Disturbing revelations about an unmarked “mass grave” of up to 800 babies and children found in Tuam, a town in the west of Ireland, must prompt urgent answers from the Irish Government about the wider issue of past child abuse in religious-run institutions, said Amnesty International today.  Media Node:  Tuam Babies shrine Story Location:  Ireland 53° 21' 47.5704" N, 8° 52' 27.1452" W “This shocking case needs immediate attention and answers from the Irish Government. A thorough investigation must be carried out into how these children died and if ill-treatment, neglect or other human rights abuses factored into their deaths. We also need to know why these children were not afforded the respect of a proper and dignified burial. ” Source:  John Dalhuisen, Europe and Central Asia Programme Director at Amnesty International Date:  Je, 05/06/2014 “The ‘Tuam babies’ case is another example why the Ryan Commission did not go far enough. It highlights the need for Ireland to deal comprehensively with its past, and, where institutional human rights abuses are found, provide victims with truth, justice and reparation.” Source:  Colm O’Gorman, Executive Director of Amnesty International Ireland Date:  Je, 05/06/2014 URL:  In Plain Sight Description:  Feature/report (Amnesty International Ireland), 26 September 2011

أيرلندا الشمالية: يجب محاسبة من غضوا الطرف عن التعذيب أو أجازوه - 5 juin 2014

Headline Title:  أيرلندا الشمالية: يجب محاسبة من غضوا الطرف عن التعذيب أو أجازوه   قالت منظمة العفو الدولية إن مزاعم تضمنها شريط وثائقي بثه التلفزيون الأيرلندي التابع للدولة "آر تي إي" الليلة الماضية بأن حكومة المملكة المتحدة أجازت استخدام التعذيب في أيرلندا الشمالية في سبعينيات القرن الماضي، وبأنها لم تكشف النقاب عن أدلة ذات صلة بذلك للمحكمة الأوروبية لحقوق الإنسان، تؤكد من جديد على تقاعس المملكة المتحدة عن إنشاء آلية شاملة للتعامل مع الماضي  Media Node:  Torture files AR Twitter Tag:  StopTorture Story Location:  أيرلندا 54° 35' 47.9508" N, 5° 58' 55.4016" W “لا يمر أسبوع دون أن يتم الكشف بالتقسيط عن أحداث الماضي المطرب في أيرلندا الشمالية. وتشكل حقيقة أن الأمر قد احتاج إلى تحقيقات من قبل منظمة غير حكومية وصحفيين ملتزمين بالحقيقة لكشف الستر عن قصة هذا الأسبوع المؤسفة، من إخفاء الدولة واقعة أنها قد أجازت التعذيب عن الأنظار عنصر تذكير جديد بتقاعسها عن التعامل مع الماضي على نحو فعال” Source:  جون دلهاوزن، مدير برنامج أووربا وآسيا الوسطى في منظمة العفو الدولية Date:  Je, 05/06/2014 URL:  Northern Ireland: A blanket amnesty would be an utter betrayal of victims Description:  News story, 20 November 2013 URL:  Northern Ireland: New report slams failure to deal with the past Description:  News story, 12 September 2013 URL:  Northern Ireland: Time to deal with the past Description:  Report, 12 September 2013 URL:  Stop Torture Description:  Campaign

Northern Ireland: Those who condoned or authorized use of torture must be held accountable

Allegations aired last night in a documentary by Irish state broadcaster RTÉ that the UK Government sanctioned the use of torture in Northern Ireland in the 1970s, and failed to disclose relevant evidence to the European Court of Human Rights, underline the failure to deliver a comprehensive mechanism to deal with the past, said Amnesty International.  Allegations aired last night in a documentary by Irish state broadcaster RTÉ that the UK Government sanctioned the use of torture in Northern Ireland in the 1970s, and failed to disclose relevant e

Northern Ireland: Those who condoned or authorized use of torture must be held accountable - 5 juin 2014

Headline Title:  Northern Ireland: Those who condoned or authorized use of torture must be held accountable Allegations aired last night in a documentary by Irish state broadcaster RTÉ that the UK Government sanctioned the use of torture in Norther Allegations that the UK Government sanctioned the use of torture in Northern Ireland in the 1970s, and failed to disclose relevant evidence to the European Court of Human Rights, underline the failure to deliver a comprehensive mechanism to deal with the past.  Media Node:  Torture files Twitter Tag:  StopTorture Story Location:  Ireland 54° 35' 47.9508" N, 5° 58' 55.4016" W “Not a week goes by without another drip-fed revelation about Northern Ireland’s troubled past. The fact that it took investigations by a dedicated NGO and journalists to unearth this week’s sorry tale about the state failing to admit to sanctioning torture is a further reminder of the ongoing failure to deal effectively with the past. ” Source:  John Dalhuisen, Europe and Central Asia Programme Director at Amnesty International Date:  Je, 05/06/2014 URL:  Northern Ireland: A blanket amnesty would be an utter betrayal of victims Description:  News story, 20 November 2013 URL:  Northern Ireland: New report slams failure to deal with the past Description:  News story, 12 September 2013 URL:  Northern Ireland: Time to deal with the past Description:  Report, 12 September 2013 URL:  Stop Torture Description:  Campaign

Music legend Paul Simon unveils tapestry to honour late Nobel Laureate Seamus Heaney

Twelve times Grammy Awards winner Paul Simon was at Dublin airport yesterday to unveil a tapestry in honour of the late Nobel Laureate Seamus Heaney on behalf of Amnesty International. Twelve times Grammy Awards winner Paul Simon was at Dublin airport yesterday to unveil a tapestry in honour of the

Northern Ireland: New report slams failure to deal with the past - 12 septembre 2013

Headline Title:  Northern Ireland: New report slams failure to deal with the past Victims of the conflict in Northern Ireland are being "disgracefully let down" by a flawed and fragmented approach to dealing with the past, Amnesty International said today as it published Victims of the conflict in Northern Ireland are being "disgracefully let down" by a flawed and fragmented approach to dealing with the past. Media Node:  Northern Ireland Story Location:  United Kingdom 54° 36' 13.6764" N, 5° 55' 31.4652" W See map: Google Maps “There’s a cruel irony in the fact that Northern Ireland is held up as a success story when many victims' families actually consider their treatment a failure” Source:  John Dalhuisen, Amnesty International's Europe and Central Asia Programme Director “It’s said they are waiting for us to die out. But the next generation will still keep asking questions about what happened. Look at me, it was my grandfather who was killed and I am still going to keep asking for the truth.” Source:  James Miller, whose grandfather David Miller was among nine people killed in a suspected IRA bomb attack in Claudy in 1972 URL:  Northern Ireland: Time to Deal with the Past Description:  Read the entire report
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