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ICCL is recruiting a Public Engagement and Communications Officer and an Administrative Officer

As the second phase in its 2017 Recruitment, the Irish Council for Civil Liberties (ICCL) is inviting applications for the posts of Public Engagement and Communications Officer and Administrative Officer


ICCL Strategic Plan 2017-2020 - Defending Rights at a Critical Moment

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  • July 3, 2017

ICCL has set out an ambitious vision for the next phase in our work, reflecting the critical challenges facing civil liberties and human rights at this time, and identifying key areas where ICCL can deliver real change over the coming years.

Recent News

ICCL welcomes Decision of UN Human Rights Committee in Whelan v Ireland

ICCL welcomes UN Human Rights Committee finding against Ireland in Abortion Case Dublin 13th June 2017 The Irish Council for Civil Liberties today welcomed the ruling of the UN Human Rights Committee in the case of Whelan v. Ireland. The ruling, made...

International Network of Civil Liberties Organisations Seeks Communications Consultant

The international Network of Civil Liberties Organisations (INCLO), of which ICCL is a member, is recruiting a Comunications Consultant to support its work.  Dealdine for applications is 30th June, and details are set out here.   JOB DESCRIPTION A....

Royal Irish Academy/NUI Maynooth Conference on Human Rights

ICCL Participating in Major Conference on Human Rights and Culture ICCL Board member Dr. Claire Hamilton will deliver a paper on "Human Rights, Social Sciences and the Siren Call of Security" at a Conference on Human Rights: Culture and Critique at ...
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