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UN will hear critical report on Caranua

The report is being finalised by solicitor Fionna Fox and survivors advocate AnneMarie Crean

28th May, 2017
Senator Lynn Ruane

A report criticising the state agency tasked with giving compensation to survivors of institutional abuse will be brought before the United Nations in July.

The report, which is being finalised by solicitor Fionna Fox and survivors advocate AnneMarie Crean, will be put before the Committee Against Torture, the UN body which monitors the implementation of the convention against torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment by state parties.

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