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ICCL/ICHR submission to Oireachtas Justice Committee consultation on direct provision in Ireland
(Irish Council for Civil Liberties, 2019-05-31)
This is a joint submission by the Irish Council for Civil Liberties (ICCL) and Dr Maeve O’Rourke of the Irish Centre for Human Rights, NUI Galway.
Justice for Magdalenes Research: Stakeholder submission to the United Nations Human Rights Council for the Universal Periodic Review of Ireland
(Justice for Magdalenes Research, 2016-04)
Ireland’s Magdalene Laundries were residential, commercial laundries housed in Catholic convents where between 1922i and 1996,ii well over 10,000iii women and girls, as young as nine, were incarcerated and forced into ...
The strengths and challenges of the YAP community based advocate model: Research study final report
(UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre, National University of Ireland Galway, 2020)
This research study examines the unique aspects of the YAP Ireland programme – namely the use of community-based Advocates to improve the lives of young people and their families. The strengths and challenges associated ...
Ensemble of regional climate model projections for Ireland
(Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), 2015)
This report provides an analysis of the impacts of global climate change on the mid-21st-century climate of Ireland. The projections are based on the output of an ensemble of high-resolution regional climate models (RCMs).
CLANN: Ireland's unmarried mothers and their children: Gathering the data: Principal submission to the Commission of Investigation into Mother and Baby Homes
(Justice For Magdalenes Research, Adoption Rights Alliance, Hogan Lovells, 2018-10-15)
The Clann Project is a joint voluntary initiative by Adoption Rights Alliance ("ARA") and Justice for Magdalenes Research ("JFMR") in association with global law firm Hogan Lovells. The purpose of the Clann Project is ...
Justice for Magdalenes Ireland: Submission to the United Nations Committee against Torture
(Justice for Magdalenes Research, 2011-05)
Ireland’s Magdalene Laundries were residential, commercial and for-profit laundries operated by four Irish orders of nunsi where between the foundation of the Irish Free State in 1922ii and 1996, when the last institution ...
Justice for Magdalenes Ireland: Submission to the United Nations Universal Periodic Review
(Justice for Magdalenes Research, 2011-10)
Ireland’s Magdalene Laundries were residential, commercial and for-profit laundries operated in Catholic convents by four orders of nuns: The Sisters of Mercyi , The Sisters of Our Lady of Charity, ii the Sisters of ...
Justice for Magdalenes Research: NGO submission to the UN Committee against Torture in respect of Ireland
(Justice for Magdalenes Research, 2017-07)
In 2011, the Committee Against Torture (‘the Committee’) made three urgent recommendations13 to Ireland regarding the abuse of thousands of girls and women in Magdalene Laundries between 1922 and 1996. The Committee ...
Justice for Magdalenes Research NGO submission to the United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women in respect of Ireland
(Justice for Magdalenes Research, 2017-02)
Paragraph 5 of the Committee’s List of issues prior to reporting (LOIPR)i addresses Ireland’s Magdalene Laundries abuse. The Committee asks Ireland about the following: (1) Whether the State will establish an independent, ...
Ireland’s experience of memorialisation in the context of serious violations of human rights and humanitarian law: A submission to the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the promotion of truth, justice, reparations and guarantees of non-recurrence
(Justice for Magdalenes Research, 2020-01-24)
Background The systematic sexual, physical and emotional abuses which children experienced in Ireland’s Industrial and Reformatory Schools during the 20th century are discussed in the official report of the Commission ...