- UN Committee against Torture List of Issues Prior to Reporting
- The UN Committee against Torture published its List of Issues Prior to Reporting for Ireland in relation to its Second Periodic Report under UNCAT. » read more
Watching Ireland's UPR - Documenting Ireland's last appearance before the UN Human Rights Council - 6 October 2011
Watch timelapse footage of our banner being installed on Liberty Hall on 22 September 2011
Watch the New Full Length "Ireland's UPR" Video
The 'Your Rights Right Now' Roadtrip
The 'Your Rights. Right Now' UPR campaign launch, 31 January 2011
Ireland sits on the UN Human Rights Council from January 2013 until December 2015.
Will Ireland's seat on the Council have any impact at home?
We believe that implementation of UN recommendations at home bolsters a country's capacity to promote and protect human rights abroad.
The ICCL Legacy Project will track progress in seven key impact areas:
I. Ratify ICRPD
II. Ratify OPCAT
III. Effective NHRI
IV. Marriage Equality
V. Gender Recognition
VI. Recognition of Travellers as an Ethnic Minority
VII. Reproductive Justice
Orla Tinsley joins rights campaigners to launch the "Your Rights Right Now" campaign's flagship 25 metre-high 'Save the date' banner, which was unfurled on Dublin's Liberty Hall on 22 September 2011.
The Your Rights Right Now/ Youthreach Human Rights Competition prizegiving, which was held on 27 September 2011 at the Office for the Ombudsman for Children. Prizewinner Lauren Donovan will will accompany our partners in the 'Your Rights Right Now' campaign in the delegation to Ireland's international examination in Geneva on 6 October 2011. She will visit the European headquarters of the United Nations and watch Minister of Justice Alan Shatter TD being asked questions about Ireland's human rights record, learning first hand about the workings of the international human rights system. Watch Lauren's winning video on You Tube HERE.
Above: Thomas Larkin (Third Place), Lauren Donovan (First Place) and Clare King (Second Place) with Mark Kelly, Director of the Irish Council for Civil Liberties and Ken Breen of Gallagher Shatter Solicitors, sponsors of the first prize
Below: Noeline Blackwell, Director General of FLAC, presenting Lauren Donovan with her winner's certificate.