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CAJ produces a wide range of reports to meetings, events, special news and other areas of work. All reports are available on our website.

22
Nov

CAJ Annual Report 2016

CAJ Annual Report 2016 The year 2016 marks the 35th anniversary of CAJ’s formation. In the dark days of 1981, a standing committee was formed to keep alight the principles of human rights in the midst of a storm of violence and repression. The dogged determination to focus on human rights standards and hold the...
19
Feb

How Public Order Policing Works in Northern Ireland: Standards and Accountability

No.-67-How-Public-Order-Policing-Works-in-Northern-Ireland-Standards-and-Accountability-Feb-2016 This document attempts to give an account of the standards to which the Police Service of Northern Ireland aspires when carrying out public order policing and some of the issues that arise. These standards are to be found in domestic legislation, a series of police guidance documents and international human rights instruments, primarily the...
17
Dec

A Fresh Start for Equality?

A-FRESH-START-FOR-EQUALITY-FINAL-2 A-FRESH-START-FOR-EQUALITY-exec-summary A Fresh Start for Equality? The Equality Impacts of the Stormont House Agreement on the ‘Two Main Communities’ – An Action Research Intervention This research addresses the question of the equality impacts of the Stormont House Agreement (SHA) and the recent ‘A Fresh Start’ agreement. It focuses on these impacts with relation to...
22
Nov

CAJ Annual Report 2015

Like most years, 2015 has been mixed in terms of the protection and promotion of human rights. At the beginning of the year, there was optimism that the implementation of the Stormont House Agreement might lead to a measure of truth and justice for victims and survivors of the conflict. It was followed by at...
17
Sep

Stormont House Agreement – Model Implementation Bill and Explanatory Notes

SHA-Model-Implementation-Bill-September-2015-Final SHA-Model-Implementation-Bill-Explanatory-Notes-Final Introduction These explanatory notes relate to the Model Implementation Bill for the Stormont House Agreement prepared by a drafting committee comprised of representatives of the Committee on the Administration of Justice, individual academics and visiting scholars from the Queen’s University of Belfast and the Ulster University. These notes have been prepared in order...
17
Aug

Gender Principles for Dealing with the Legacy of the Past

Gender-Principle-Report-Sept-2015_Final-Version Preamble The absence of a gendered lens and the sustained exclusion of women from dealing with the past – from Eames-Bradley to Haass-O’Sullivan and now the Stormont House Agreement (SHA) – has meant that the gendered impact of the conflict and post-conflict legacy needs of women have not been adequately addressed. The SHA is...
17
Apr

Dealing with the Past – Implementing the SHA – Conference Report and papers

Conference-Report-2015-v2-LoRes The Committee on the Administration of Justice (CAJ) along with Amnesty International Northern Ireland, Institute of Conflict Transformation and Social Justice (QUB) and the Transitional Justice Institute (Ulster University) organised the ‘Dealing with the Past in Northern Ireland: Implementing the Stormont House Agreement’ conference following the publication of the Stormont House Agreement in December...
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CAJ Annual Report 2016
22/11/2016
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22/11/2015
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