Tag Archives: Frank Brehany

Just launched.


A five-year journey to bring justice to the issue of contaminated air on aircraft, by lawyer and consumer advocate Frank Brehany,

Frank, whose father was a Tuam adoptee and will be known to readers for his activism on behalf of Mother and Baby Home survivors, explores science, technology and the ‘very essence of what it takes to bring regulation to protect people’s health’ in this, his first book (available at link below).

In fairness.

Gaspers (Amazon)

Last night.

Legal academics Mariead Enright and Aoife O’Donoghue joined Mother and Baby Home activists Breeda Murphy and Frank Brehany to discuss a new alternative Mother and Baby Home ‘Executive Summary’.

Maiiread, Aoife and 23 other scholars last week published a detailed draft based on evidence given to the Mother and Baby Home Commission of Investigation. It posits starkly different conclusions using the same evidence, while remaining within the original Terms of Reference.

This is the 20th in a series of showing look at all aspects of the Mother and baby Home Report. They can be viewed here.

Rewritten ‘Executive Summary’ available here

Original ‘Executive Summary’ here

Rights and the Mother and Baby Homes Report Launch (TU Dublin)

Previously: This Cannot Stand

From top: A memorial at the site of a former Catholic-run residential school in Saskatchewan, Canada last week; a protest at the Mother and Baby Home Commission offices in Dublin last January; ‘Cue Frank’ podcast

This afternoon.

A new ‘Cue Frank’ podcast by Mother and Baby Home activist and lawyer Frank Brehany, whose father was a Tuam adoptee.

Frank, a founder member of SALI, discusses the Institutional Burial Bill and the Irish connection to the recent discoveries of unmarked burial sites in Canada.

Previously: “We Need To Know Who Died, We Need To Know How They Died”