Human rights 25 years after the Agreement, with Alyson Kilpatrick
An in-person seminar exploring how human rights have progressed in Northern Ireland since the signing of the Good Friday Agreement.
Next year will mark the 25 years since the Good Friday Agreement solidified peace in Northern Ireland. However, the process of transforming our society to one based on human rights remains unfinished.
During this seminar, we will explore how human rights have progressed during the last two and a half decades. The event will begin with a presentation from our keynote speaker, Alyson Kilpatrick, Chief Commissioner for the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission (NIHRC). CAJ’s Director, Brian Gormally, and Chair, Dr Anna Bryson (QUB), will also be on hand to share their views.
Time will be set aside at the end for a Q&A session with the audience.
Tea and coffee will be available for purchase in the QFT cafe.
Please register via Eventbrite: bit.ly/CAJAGM22
Note: This event will be proceeded by CAJ’s AGM at 10.15am, which can be attended by CAJ members. To RSVP for the AGM, email firstname.lastname@example.org.