A display at the Aislinn Education and Support Centre, Jervis Street, Dublin in memory of its co-founder Christine Buckley.

Mark writes:

“As part of the display is a doll which was washed and dressed by Christine every week, symbolic of the fact that children in industrial schools had no toys or playthings, a card signed by survivors by a thumb print as many would have been unable to write due to illteracy, a picture of Christine with her European Volunteer of the Year Award, and flowers brought yesterday  by children of a survivor who has left the country.”

Previously: Christine Buckley Dies

(Mark Stedman/Photocall ireland)