Northern Ireland's Historical Institutional Abuse Inquiry is launching an advertising campaign to ask more victims to come forward.
The inquiry was established following the publication of the Ryan Report to examine what took place in over 100 institutions in the North between 1922 and 1995.
So far, 180 people have made contact with inquiry personnel.
The new advertising campaign, which includes placing promotional material at 80 bus shelters, is being launched in an effort to engage with more survivors.
Retired Northern Ireland High Court judge Sir Anthony Hart is chairing the Inquiry.
Norah Gibbons, a former director of advocacy at Barnardos who worked on the Ryan Report, is a member of the inquiry's Acknowledgement Forum Panel.