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NASC: Invitation to Tender for Immigration Research

NASC: Invitation to Tender for Immigration Research

Nasc, the Irish Immigrant Support Centre is commissioning independent research to analyse immigration related detention in Ireland and the treatment of detainees for immigration related offences, including those who are detained following a refusal of permission to land. This project is funded by the St Stephen’s Green Trust. Details of this tender, including aims and(…)

Conference on EU Counter-Terrorism, Dublin, 13 October

On 13 October, 2014 the SECILE Consortium will hold a major conference in Dublin on the impact, legitimacy and effectiveness of EU counter-terrorism. The conference represents the culmination of almost 18 months’ work by the consortium investigating questions such as ‘how can we measure impact, legitimacy and effectiveness of counter-terrorism measures in the EU?’, ‘what(…)

Invitation to Tender: ECHR Act & ECFR in Irish Courts

The Law Society’s Human Rights Committee and the Dublin Solicitors Bar Association invite tenders for a report on the application of the European Convention on Human Rights Act 2003 and the European Charter of Fundamental Rights in the Irish courts.  The report will be provisionally entitled ‘A Report on the Application of the European Convention(…)

PILnet’s 8th Annual European Pro Bono Forum

PILnet’s 8th Annual European Pro Bono Forum

Emma Cassidy is Legal & Communications Trainee in PILnet, The Global Network of Public Interest Law. PILnet: The Global Network for Public Interest Law is pleased to announce that registration for the  2014 European Pro Bono Forum—to take place on 5-7 November in London, U.K.—is now open. The Forum has played a major role in building(…)

12th Annual Human Rights Conference: Criminal Justice and Human Rights in Ireland

12th Annual Human Rights Conference: Criminal Justice and Human Rights in Ireland

Helen Kehoe is policy development executive at the Law Society of Ireland. The Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission Designate and the Human Rights Committee of the Law Society extend an invite to  ‘Criminal Justice and Human Rights in Ireland’ – the Annual Human Rights Conference 2014. The 12th Annual Human Rights Conference will take place(…)

Two Funded Doctoral Scholarships Offered by the School of Law at NUI Galway: Human Rights and Constitutional Law

The School of Law at NUI Galway is currently accepting applications for two Doctoral Scholarships. Applications are sought from students who intend to pursue doctoral-level research on topics related to either: (a) European Human Rights, and/or (b) Constitutional Law Applications are particularly encouraged from but not confined to those interested in any of the following(…)

DCU School of Law and Government Inaugural Conference: “Judges, Politics and the Irish Constitution.”

Dublin City University School of Law and Government will be holding its Inaugural Conference on “Judges, Politics and the Irish Constitution” this Thursday September 4th from 9am. The conference brings together members of the judiciary, lawyers, academics and postgraduate students who will be delivering papers on themes such as socio economic rights, democracy and judicial(…)

Time for Our Referendum

The following is the text of a letter written by a number of regular HRinI contributors and signed by over 100 academics, which was published in the Irish Times today (full list of signators only available online). Here we have added a number of additional signatures received after the letter went to press. Others who wish(…)

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