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Launch of the Report Drawing the Line: Tackling Tensions between Religious Freedom and Equal Treatment

Throughout history, religious belief has often been a wellspring of motivation and inspiration for those seeking to advance justice and equality. But it has also been used as justification to discriminate on the basis of race, gender, sexual orientation, and other religious beliefs.

 

This report examines several of the questions now the subject of litigation, public debate, and policy discourse with Louise Melling, Deputy Legal Director for the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU). 

'Know Your Rights – A guide for Older People’

'Know Your Rights – A guide for Older People’ is the seventh in the ICCL’s Know Your Rights public information series. The guide provides detailed information on many of the rights and entitlements of older people in relation to autonomy and participation, economic security, heath and wellbeing.

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Ireland Again Rejects UN's Recommendations on Abortion

‘Your Rights Right Now’ Press release – for immediate release Dublin and Geneva, 23 September 2016 Irish civil society groups will address the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva today (Friday 23 September 2016), regarding chron...

Media advisory: On Eve of March for Choice, UN Spotlight Again Falls on Ireland's Human Rights Record

Media advisory: On Eve of March for Choice, UN Spotlight Again Falls on Ireland's Human Rights Record   WHAT Irish civil society groups, including the Irish Council for Civil Liberties (ICCL) will this Friday address the United Nations Human Rights ...

JUSTICIA European Rights Network Recruiting Programme Director (EU Advocacy)

The JUSTICIA European Rights Network is a pan European Network consisting of 19 Network Member organisations based in 17 Member States, which works on EU criminal justice matters, namely procedural rights and the rights of victims of crime. As conso...
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