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CAJ regularly responds to public consultations with submissions.

03
Oct

S425 request to ECNI for Para 11 Investigation into OFMdFM Strategic Investment Fund decisions

S425-CAJs-request-to-ECNI-for-Para-11-Investigation-into-OFMdFM-SIF-decisions-Oct-2013 Request to Equality Commission for Northern Ireland (ECNI) for a ‘Paragraph 11’ Investigation into the Office of the First and deputy First Minister (OFMdFM) in relation to compatibility with the OFMdFM Equality Scheme of a reported policy decision not to approve the release of Social Investment Fund (SIF) monies on the basis of objective...
04
Sep

S422 Written Evidence to the House of Lords Select Committee on the Inquiries Act 2005

S422-CAJs-Written-Evidence-to-House-of-Lords-inquiry-on-the-Inquiries-Act-_September-2013_ CAJ welcomes the opportunity to provide Written Evidence to the Select Committee on the Inquiries Act 2005. CAJ notes that the Select Committee was set up on 16 May 2013 primarily with the task of conducting post-legislative scrutiny of the Act but also to consider law and practice relating to inquiries into matters of...
01
Sep

S420 to the Northern Ireland Policing Board Working Group on the PSNI, Historical Enquiries Team (HET)

S420-CAJs-submission-to-the-NI-Policing-Board-Working-Group-on-the-PSNI-Historical-Enquiries-Team-_September-2 CAJ welcomes the opportunity to make this submission to the Policing Board Working Group on the PSNI Historical Enquiries Team (HET) which is presently overseeing the implementation of the recommendations of the recent HM Inspector of Constabulary (HMIC) report into the HET. This brief cover paper will outline CAJ’s general position in relation to...
21
Aug

S419 Dealing with the Past: Investigating Troubles-Related Deaths: Submission to the multi-party group chaired by Richard Haass

S419-CAJs-submission-to-the-multi-Party-Gp-Dealing-with-the-Past-Investigating-Troubles-Related-Deaths-Haass-Aug-13 Northern Ireland is a region attempting to overcome a legacy of violence and division and to build a new society based on human rights and equality. In spite of the “fresh start” represented by the Belfast Good Friday Agreement and the St Andrews and subsequent agreements, it is widely recognised that “dealing with the...
01
Aug
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