SoS Submission to UN Human Rights Council

The UN will carry out a review of Ireland in 2016. Read our submission to the United Nations Human Rights Council: This submission outlines the torture, and cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment, perpetrated on three generations of women in Ireland

Government’s so-called “non-adversarial” Scheme places impossible and unjust burden of proof on survivors of symphysiotomy

Government’s so-called “non-adversarial” Scheme places impossible and unjust burden of proof on survivors of symphysiotomy. Survivors of Symphysiotomy have criticised the implementation of the Symphysiotomy Scheme, describing the Scheme’s criteria for a 50 year paper trail of injuries as ‘unrealistic,

SoS to outline core demands in meeting with Minister tomorrow

Survivors of Symphysiotomy (SoS) are set to meet the Minister for Health tomorrow (Friday18 September) at the Department of Health, Hawkins House at 4.30. Marie O’Connor, Chairperson of SoS, who is leading a 15-strong delegation to the meeting, said: ‘we

join up with SOS . . .