State involvement in the Magdalene Laundries: Justice for Magdalenes principal submissions to the inter-departmental committee to establish the facts of state involvement with the Magdalene laundries
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Smith, James, O'Rourke, Maeve, Hill, Raymond, & McGettrick, Claire. (2012). State involvement in the Magdalene Laundries: Justice for Magdalenes principal submissions to the inter-departmental committee to establish the facts of state involvement with the Magdalene laundries: Justice for Magdalenes.
The Justice for Magdalenes (JFM) group submitted “State Involvement with the Magdalene Laundries,” the group’s principal submission, to the Inter-Departmental Committee to establish the facts of State involvement with the Magdalene Laundries, on 14th August 2012. In addition to the document (which follows below), the submission comprised twelve files of supporting material; two files of survivor testimony, totalling 795 pages, and ten files of archival and legislative documentation, totalling 3,707 pages.
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