Clann update: 17th APRIL 2023 EMAIL CAMPAIGN: Seanad has final opportunity to demand changes to Government’s discriminatory ‘redress’ plans Click here to email Senators and TDs update: 17th december 2021 Irish High Court declares that Mother and Baby Homes Commission of Investigation treated survivors unlawfully Survivors and Clann Project call on Government to amend Redress Scheme to recognise all human rights violations Read the Clann Project press release here: Clann Press Release_17-12-21 Clann: Ireland’s Unmarried Mothers and their Children: Gathering the Data (‘Clann’) is a joint initiative by Adoption Rights Alliance (ARA), JFM Research (JFMR) and global law firm, Hogan Lovells. The purpose of Clann is to help establish the truth of what happened to unmarried mothers and their children in 20th century Ireland. Clann provided assistance to those who wished to give evidence to Ireland’s Commission of Investigation into Mother and Baby Homes and Certain Related Matters by arranging free legal assistance for individuals to make full written statements. As part of this process, Clann anonymised shared statements, and gathered documentary and archival materials, in order to make a public group report to (1) the Commission of Investigation, (2) the Irish Government, and (3) international human rights bodies. Clann will also disseminate archival and contemporary documentary materials via this website.