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Sep

The Irish Language in Northern Ireland: The UK Government’s approach to the Irish Language in light of the European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages, 1993

No.-22-Staid-agus-Stadas-Gaeilge-i-dTuaisceart-na-hEireann-1993 For some time now, the Committee on the Administration of Justice (CAJ) has been aware of concerns within the Irish speaking community in Northern Ireland about the priority and support given to the Irish language by the United Kingdom government. Complaints concern, among other things: the question of funding for Irish-language-medium-education; insufficient funding for...
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Aug
02
Apr

The Casement Trials: A Case Study on the Right to a Fair Trial in Northern Ireland, 1992

No.-19-The-Casement-Trials-April-1992 This pamphlet represents the fruits of a 10-week study of the Casement Park Trials – the trials involving persons accused of being implicated in the deaths of British Army Corporals David Howes and Derek Wood in March 1988.
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