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Northern Ireland Affairs Committee
One-off oral evidence session held on Wednesday 10 July 2019.
The Committee held a hearing with representatives of Historical Institutional Abuse victims and survivors to consider plans for support and the process of securing compensation.
Evidence given by Patrick Corrigan, Amnesty International UK, Professor Patricia Lundy, Ulster University, Gerry McCann, Rosetta Trust, Jon McCourt, Survivors North West
There are currently no public meetings scheduled.
Northern Ireland Affairs Committee hears from representatives of Historical Institutional Abuse victims and survivors