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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...
04
Jan

S424 The Haass Proposed Agreement on dealing with the past: analysis from a human rights perspective.

S424-Haass-CAJ-response-in-relation-to-Dealing-with-the-Past-January-2014 In general, CAJ regards this section of the Proposed Agreement as a careful, sensitive and sensible contribution to the debate on dealing with the past. We also believe that, subject to a number of caveats, it could be compliant with human rights standards. The Introduction to this section stresses the practical importance of engaging...
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...
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