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Oral history interview with survivor Phyllis Morgan from the research project Magdalene Institutions: Recording an Oral and Archival History. This interview is from the larger collection Magdalene Oral History collection that is archived at the Irish Qualitative Data Archive (see Related Materials). This anonymised transcript is freely available to the public. Please see rights statement.
During the interview the following are discussed: Activist; Irish Women’s Survivors Support Group; St Philomena’s Convent, Stillorgan; Lakeland’s Convent, Sandymount; St Patrick’s Mother and Baby Home, Navan Road; industrial schools; discrimination because of industrial school background; emigration; survivor support groups; alteration of birth certificates; domestic violence; long-term impact of family separation; Residential Institutions Redress Board (RIRB); difficulties with solicitors at RIRB; Irish Women Survivors Support Network; memorials; survivor interaction with religious orders.