Survivors won’t enter into any Magdalene type redress scheme

Survivors will not enter Magdalene type redress scheme Following a meeting between members of Survivors of Symphysiotomy (SoS) and Minister for Health James Reilly, SoS Chairperson Marie O’Connor has said that survivors will not engage with any so-called redress scheme

Irish Examiner calls for Taoiseach examine redress for symphysiotomy cases.

Tuesday, July 16, 2013 In the Irish Examiner today Terry Prone calls for Enda Kenny to show leadership on the issue of symphysiotomy now that matters are beginning to come to head with the imminent publication of the Walsh Report

Press release: Survivors of Symphysiotomy make an offer to Government for just and fair restitution

Tues 9th July 2013 Survivors of Symphysiotomy (SoS) have decried ‘the underhand approach’ adopted by the Department of Health in relation to dealing with victims of illegal surgery,  and have called upon the Government to enter talks on ‘a fair

SOS Ireland hold demo at Dáil Éireann

SOS Ireland Demonstration Small

Survivors of Symphysiotomy recently held a colourful demonstration at Dáil Éireann in protest at the delays to their proposed change to the law on limitations in Ireland. The law aims to open up access to justice for a period of

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