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  Your Rights. Right Now

Live Webcast of Ireland's UPR Review in Geneva 

Date

Wednesday 11 May, 1.00 PM

Venues
Goldsmiths Hall, Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Golden Lane, Dublin 8

Room G023 (LLM Reading Room), Centre for Disability Law and Policy, Institute for Lifecourse & Society, Corrib Village Entrance, Upper Newcastle Road, NUI Galway

Venue TBC Co. Cork

The Your Rights. Right Now civil society coalition cordially invites you to attend a live webcast of Ireland's UPR review on Wednesday 11 May 2016 in Dublin, Cork and Galway from 1pm-5.00pm.

During the review, which takes place at the United Nations in Geneva, the Irish Government will present a report on how it is protecting human rights at home. It will then engage in an interactive dialogue with other UN Member States who will ask questions and make recommendations to Ireland.

Do you think Ireland is living up to its human rights commitments?

Join us at one of our webcasts which will be held in the following venues:

Dublin: Goldsmiths Hall, Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Golden Lane, Dublin 8

Galway: Venue TBC

Cork: Venue TBC 

The Universal Periodic Review (UPR) was established by the United Nations in 2006. The UPR is a peer review system that involves the review of the human rights record of all UN Member States every four and a half years. Ireland was first examined under the UPR in 2011.