Haemophilia Northern Ireland

Supporting patients and families

“It is vital that Northern Ireland has a strong voice in the Inquiry.”

The Infected Blood Inquiry Hearings have started.

Haemophilia Northern Ireland is a representative group (currently awaiting charitable status) and building its membership for the Haemophiliac community and people with other bleeding disorders in Northern Ireland. We will offer help and support to those victims of the infected blood scandal.

Haemophilia Northern Ireland was established in 2017 and as a new organisation seeks to represent over 300 haemophiliacs in Northern Ireland. The society was established to give a valid voice for Northern Ireland and to provide information, support and advocacy to its members.

Inquiry News

Inquiry to reveal ‘ugly truth’, says Northern Ireland man caught up in blood scandal – Read More

Haemophilia Northern Ireland

Supporting patients and families

The Infected Blood Inquiry Hearings have started.

Haemophilia Northern Ireland is a representative group (currently awaiting charitable status) and building its membership for the Haemophiliac community and people with other bleeding disorders in Northern Ireland. We will offer help and support to those victims of the infected blood scandal.

Haemophilia Northern Ireland was established in 2017 and as a new organisation seeks to represent over 300 haemophiliacs in Northern Ireland. The society was established to give a valid voice for Northern Ireland and to provide information, support and advocacy to its members.

Inquiry News

Inquiry to reveal ‘ugly truth’, says Northern Ireland man caught up in blood scandal – Read More

Infected Blood Public Inquiry

Haemophilia Northern Ireland strongly supports the concept of an accountable and transparent inquiry and will do all we can to ensure representation of victims as witnesses, full disclosure of documents and the holding of relevant individuals and bodies to account. We must aim to achieve appropriate closure and recompense for this disgraceful tragedy.

Help for Witness Representation in the Inquiry

Hearings in Belfast 21 – 24 May 2019.

It is vital that Northern Ireland has a strong voice in the Inquiry. We would urge all victims, or family members of victims, to put your story before the Public Inquiry. If you wish to give, or to provide evidence, please contact us. We can arrange free legal assistance through our lawyers in taking you through the process and preparing your evidence.

“It is vital that Northern Ireland has a strong voice in the Inquiry.”

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