New ICCL Legal Textbook Launched!

Date for your Diary!

Conference on Anti Discrimination Law and Book Launch

Tuesday 23 October 2012, 9am - 1pm

Law Society of Ireland, Blackhall Place, Dublin 7

Featuring the launch of a comprehensive new legal textbook entitled:

Equal Status Acts 2000-2011

Discrimination in the Provision of Goods and Services

by Judy Walsh.

ESA Book cover

 

The book will be launched by Minister Kathleen Lynch T.D., Minister of State with responsibility for Equality, Disability, Mental Health and Older People at the forthcoming ICCL conference:

'The Future of Anti-Discrimination Law in Ireland'

The conference will address some of the key themes emerging from the ICCL's ongoing Review of Anti-Discrimination Law in Ireland project.

 Speakers at the conference include:

Niall McCutcheon - Director of the Equality Tribunal

Conor Power BL - Chair of the Advisory Group on the Review of Anti-Discrimination Law in Ireland

Moya DePaor - Acting Director of Northside Community Law Centre

Michael Farrell - Solicitor, and member of the Public Interest Law Alliance (PILA)

See detailed conference programme below

 Please RSVP to joanne.garvey@iccl.ie by Friday19 October 2012

 

Conference Programme 

'The Future of Anti Discrimination Law in Ireland'

Registration - 9am-9.30am

‘Anti Discrimination Law Review Project’ 
Overview of the ICCL’s in-depth qualitative review of the status and operation of Ireland’s anti discrimination law.


‘The Discrimination Complaint’
Analysis of key issues emerging from the research in relation to the proposed reform of the Equality Tribunal, incl:  

  • Waiving Anonymity
  • Adversarial v Inquisitorial approach
  • Status of ESA cases before the WRC          


‘Enforcing Decisions’ 
Key issues relating to the current and future enforcement of WRC and Labour Court decisions.

‘Strategic Litigation’
The use of strategic litigation and opportunities for NGOs to engage in the process.

Launch of the Book Equal Status Acts 2000 – 2011, Discrimination in the Provision of Goods and Services by Minister for State Kathleen Lynch T.D.

‘An Authoritative Statement of the Law’
Presentation on the key themes arising in Equal Status Acts 2000-2011

‘Future Paths for Pursuing ESA Complaints’
Perspectives from:

  •    The Equality Authority
  •    The Equality Tribunal (Niall McCutcheon, Director)
  •    Irish Human Rights Commission

 Conference Ends 1pm

Please RSVP to joanne.garvey@iccl.ie by Friday19 October 2012


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