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Tusla Apologises To Adoptees For Hurt Caused When Seeking Access To Their Information

Tusla will apologise to adopted people who felt hurt by the agency when seeking information...

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07.52 15 Jun 2021


Tusla Apologises To Adoptees For Hurt Caused When Seeking Access To Their Information


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07.52 15 Jun 2021


Tusla will apologise to adopted people who felt hurt by the agency when seeking information about their identity.  Chief executive Bernard Gloster is to appear before the Oireachtas Children’s Committee later today to say that he recognizes, “that many people were left... with a sense of being let down by the State in their search for answers to the most basic questions. To whatever extent any person attributes that hurt to their dealings with Tusla, I offer a sincere apology” Clodagh Malone is a Search Angel for beyond Adoption Ireland and Co founder of the Coalition of Mother and Baby home survivors joined us this morning with her reaction.

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