Q Radio News
A special service has been held at Belfast City Hall to honour those who've suffered institutional abuse across the island of Ireland.
Relatives of victims and survivors of mother and baby homes and Magdalene laundries came together for a candlelit vigil last night.
Rosaleen Rogers was institutionalised in the Republic during the war when family members joined the British army...
The 74-year-old now lives in Newtownabbey and campaigns for justice...
Mother and Baby homes and Magdalene laundries vigil at Belfast City Hall “to remember deceased and support survivors in quest for justice.” pic.twitter.com/WgZylXHJ66— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) May 29, 2018