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Committee on the Administration of Justice
24
May

S464 Request to Equality Commission for Northern Ireland (ECNI) for a ‘Paragraph 11’ Investigation into the Department of Communities

Request to Equality Commission for Northern Ireland (ECNI) for a ‘Paragraph 11’ Investigation into the Department of Communities (DfC) into multiple failures to comply with Equality Scheme in relation to the Community Halls Pilot Programme (S464) This is a request to the Equality Commission to use its paragraph 11 powers under Schedule 9 of the...
24
May

S463 Submission to ECRI on draft revised General Policy Recommendation No. 2

Submission to the Council of Europe European Commission against Racism and Intolerance (ECRI) on draft revised General Policy Recommendation (GPR) No. 2 on Specialised bodies to combat racism and intolerance at national level (S463). The Committee on the Administration of Justice (CAJ) is an independent human rights NGO with cross community membership in Northern Ireland...
24
Apr

S462 The Irish language, Ulster Scots, the Military Covenant and the definition of a victim of the conflict

CAJ Discussion Note, April 2017 There have been a number of recent media reports citing various proposals that have reportedly been subject to the current political negotiations. These include a reported proposal for extending the St Andrews Agreement mandated Irish Language Act to also cover Ulster Scots; and proposals for the implementation of the UK...
27
Mar

Invitation to Seminar on Information Redaction in the Stormont House Agreement

CAJ encourages attendance at this seminar which we will be participating in Invitation From: Kieran McEvoy, PhD Professor of Law and Transitional Justice Senator George J. Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Justice and Security & School of Law Queen’s University Belfast Belfast BT7 1NN Tel: 028 9097 3873 Fax: 028 027 3376 Email: k.mcevoy@qub.ac.uk 27th...
15
Mar

S461 How many of the current negotiation issues could be dealt with by the NI Bill of Rights?

CAJ Discussion Note March 2017 Next year will mark 20 years since the Belfast/Good Friday Agreement (GFA) mandated an ECHR+1 Bill of Rights to reflect the ‘particular circumstances of Northern Ireland’ and 10 years since the Human Rights Commission delivered is final GFA-mandated advice as to its content. The NI Bill of Rights remains one...
01
Feb

S460 to the Committee of Ministers from CAJ in relation to the supervision of the cases concerning the action of the security forces in Northern Ireland

Submission to the Committee of Ministers from CAJ in relation to the supervision of the cases concerning the action of the security forces in Northern Ireland This Rule 9 communication is for consideration at the 1280th meeting of the Ministers’ Deputies in March 2017. CAJ has regularly made Rule 9 communications to the Committee of...
24
Jan

CAJ Press Statement on Brexit Process Judicial Review

In response to the Supreme Court Ruling on the Brexit process (Agnew and others) in which CAJ was a party – Gemma McKeown, CAJ solicitor stated: “We welcome that the Supreme Court has ruled that the post-referendum process must be taken forward through an Act of Parliament, as we had argued,  and in particular the...
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