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21
Jun

Just News June 2022

Inside this issue: We examine whether academic freedom is under threat in Northern Ireland in our cover story. Elsewhere, we highlight new research from the Women’s Policy Group NI (WPG), which shows the impact of violence against women and girls in NI. We also look at other pressing rights issues in additional articles, such as...
07
Jun

Launch of collaborative immigration research

Join us for this one day hybrid conference as we launch our collaborative report on immigration policy in NI When: 10am to 3.30pm, Wednesday 29 June 2022 Where: UNISON, Belfast, OR virtual (Zoom) Funded by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation, CAJ’s Immigration Project has partnered with frontline service and advice organisations to produce Frontline Lessons for...
23
Feb

Can Stormont Rollback the Home Office ‘Hostile Environment’? Legal Research Report

The hostile environment is a suite of UK policies designed at making life unbearable for people living in the UK without immigration status. However, these policies have been shown to negatively affect all migrants and ethnic minority communities, regardless of the status they hold. The impact of the hostile environment was famously revealed during the...
26
Jan

Can Stormont Rollback the Home Office ‘Hostile Environment’? Legal Research Report Launch

Join us for the launch of a new legal research paper by barrister Mark Bassett on the application of the ‘hostile environment’ in NI. When: 10.30am to 12.30pm, Wednesday 23 February 2022 Where: Zoom (online only) Commissioned by the Committee on the Administration of Justice (CAJ) Immigration Project, barrister Mark Bassett has authored a legal...
Cover of CAJ 2021 annual report
10
Dec

CAJ Annual Report 2021

This year marks the 40th anniversary of the founding conference that established the Committee on the Administration of Justice. 1981 was one of the worst years of the Troubles, with 117 people dying, 10 of them on hunger strike and seven through being hit by plastic bullets. Many of the others were victims of armed...
Just News July 2021
01
Jul

Just News July 2021

Inside this issue: We examine the rights implications of vaccine passports and the government’s plans to alter the law on judicial review. Also, we cover the outcome of the Ballymurphy Inquest, which found the victims of the Ballymurphy Massacre to be entirely innocent. Other articles examine additional human rights issues, such as (the lack of)...
24
Jun

Written Evidence on the experience of minority ethnic and migrant people in Northern Ireland

CAJ has provided written evidence to the Northern Ireland Affairs Committee on its inquiry into the ‘The experience of minority ethnic and migrant people in Northern Ireland’. At the time of the 2011 census, it was found that Northern Ireland was the least ethnically diverse part of the UK. Nonetheless, a significant percentage of the...
30
Nov

Racism in Northern Ireland: The need for legislation to combat racial discrimination in Northern Ireland, the proceedings of a CAJ conference held on 30th November 1992

No.-20-racism-in-NI-November-1991 This publications is a report of a conference organised by the committee on the Administration of Justice (CAJ) sub-group on racism in Dukes Hotel, Belfast on Saturday 30th Novermber 1991. The theme of the conference was Racism and Equal Opportunities: the need for legislation in Northern Ireland. The conference was attended by 130 people...

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