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May

PSNI agree to release Walker Report to human rights group

Freedom of Information Tribunal Hearing 1-2 May CAJ v Information Commissioner & Chief Constable PSNI The 1980 ‘Walker Report’ on RUC Special Branch informant handling Proceedings were adjourned today 1 May 2018 before a sitting of the First Tier (Information Rights) Tribunal in Belfast when an agreement was reached between the PSNI, ICO and human...
20
Mar

European Court of Human Rights Ireland V UK Judgment March 2018

Responding to today’s Ireland V UK judgment, CAJ Director Brian Gormally says; ‘This is a narrow and largely technical decision by the European Court of Human Rights. It considered that the new evidence was not sufficient to show that, had it been taken into account by the original court, it would have been decisive in...
27
Jul

CAJ calls for Equality of Citizenship after Brexit

Press Statement Date:  27th July 2017 CAJ calls for Equality of Citizenship after Brexit The Belfast Good Friday Agreement recognised it as the birthright of people born in Northern Ireland to identify as Irish or British or both and accordingly to hold British or Irish citizenship or both. This is a fundamental part of the...
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...
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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