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The UN Migrant Workers Convention: How the EU Can Show that Migrants Matter

On the occasion of International Migrants Day, and the 24th anniversary of the adoption of the UN Migrant Workers Convention, we are delighted to welcome this guest post by Áine Travers and Emer Groarke, members of Migrants Matter, an international advocacy campaign that is calling on EU Member States to ratify the UN Migrant Workers(…)

2015 International Criminal Court Summer School at the Irish Centre for Human Rights

2015 International Criminal Court Summer School at the Irish Centre for Human Rights

Caroline Sweeney is a PhD Candidate and Doctoral Fellow at the Irish Centre for Human Rights The Irish Centre for Human Rights at the National University of Ireland Galway is pleased to announce that the annual International Criminal Court Summer School will take place from 15-19 June 2015. The annual International Criminal Court Summer School at(…)

We Won’t Back Down

We welcome this post from Communities Against Water Charges On Monday the 24 November 2014 we expect four of our friends and neighbors to be committed to prison for exercising their right to peaceful protest. They are to be punished for failing to abide by a High Court injunction granted to GMC Sierra which requires them(…)

Future Voices Ireland Volunteer Group Leaders Wanted

Future Voices Ireland Volunteer Group Leaders Wanted

Human Rights in Ireland welcomes this guest post from Mairead Healy. Mairead is the founder of Future Voices and she is also an Ashoka Fellow.  Are you interested in making a difference? Are you passionate about working with young people? Do you relate well with young people from diverse backgrounds? If the answer is YES, maybe(…)

Our Voices, Our Rights: Economic, Social and Cultural Rights in Ireland

Our Voices, Our Rights: Economic, Social and Cultural Rights in Ireland

Human Rights in Ireland welcomes this guest post from Geraldine Murphy, Legal & Social Welfare Intern at the Free Legal Advice Centres (FLAC). The parallel report on Ireland’s compliance with the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, Our Voices, Our Rights is available to download here. This year marks the 25th anniversary of Ireland’s ratification of the International(…)

Anti-vaccination movements, children’s’ rights and private power

We are delighted to welcome back Ntina Tzouvala who is Deputy Co-Convener of Law and Global Justice and a PhD candidate  at Durham Law School. She is currently researching on history and theory of public international law. You can follow her on Twitter @ntinatzouvala Around a month ago the Wall Street Journal published an article entitled ‘The Anti-Vaccination Epidemic’(…)

Resisting the Water Charges and Defending Our Right to Protest

We are pleased to welcome this guest post from Communities Against  Water Charges We are residents of a number of communities in Dublin North East. Over the last number of months we have come together to resist the installation of water meters in our areas, and to oppose this unfair double taxation that the government(…)

Changing Mindsets, Changing Minds: Conference on the Rights of Children of Offenders

Changing Mindsets, Changing Minds: Conference on the Rights of Children of Offenders

Human Rights in Ireland welcomes this post from Dr Fiona Donson, UCC Children whose parents have been incarcerated have often been referred to as “invisible victims of crime and the penal system”. It is well accepted that the absence of a parent for a prolonged period of time will affect the physical and mental wellbeing(…)

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