The group claims the government is stalling on the issue.
A campaign group has described a new report into DNA testing at the Tuam Mother and Baby Home as an example of more government stalling on the issue.
Yesterday, the Children's Minister published the report which said collecting DNA from survivors of the home to identify relatives wouldn't breach privacy laws.
Paul Redmond was born Castlepollrad mother and baby home and is Chairperson of the Coalition of Mother and Baby Home Survivors.
He says the latest development is yet more disappointment for them: