Browsing College of Arts, Social Sciences and Celtic Studies by Subject "United Nations"
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Gender justice and Ireland’s Human Rights Council commitments: Challenging the gaps between rhetoric and practice (Essex Human Rights Centre at the University of Essex, 2015-01)As Ireland commences its first three-year term on the United Nations Human Rights Council, this article highlights the gaps between the pledges that Ireland made during its campaign for election to the Council and its ...
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2014)Going a step beyond the guiding principle of Amnesty International and the human rights movement that individuals could change the policies of foreign governments humanitarian NGOs emphasised the power of ...
Ireland's abortion regime on the world stage: Performative acts and the claim to state sovereignty in foreign policy discourse (LIT Verlag, 2017)[No abstract available]