Human Rights in the Republic of Ireland - 2007

Liam Thornton, "Human Rights in the Republic of Ireland 2007" (2010) 2 Irish Yearbook of International Law, 175-188.

14 Pages Posted: 3 Nov 2015

Date Written: April 3, 2010

Abstract

This article explores key human rights developments, from a socio-legal perspective, in the Republic of Ireland in 2007. This includes a review and analysis of issues relating to: (1) Criminal law and human rights; (2) Human Trafficking; (3) Prison law; (4) Migration and asylum law; (5) Gender, Sexuality and the law; (6) Education law; (7) Housing Law and Rights of Travellers (an ethnic minority in Ireland) (8) Military Law (9) Ireland's engagement with UN human rights treaty bodies; and, (10) Rights of the child

Keywords: Human Rights Law, Human Rights, Ireland, Irish Constitutional Law, Irish Law

Suggested Citation

Thornton, Liam, Human Rights in the Republic of Ireland - 2007 (April 3, 2010). Liam Thornton, "Human Rights in the Republic of Ireland 2007" (2010) 2 Irish Yearbook of International Law, 175-188.. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2685082

Liam Thornton (Contact Author)

UCD Sutherland School of Law ( email )

L129 UCD Sutherland School of Law
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Ireland
00 353 1 716 4129 (Phone)

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