Universal Periodic Review

Your Rights. Right Now: the Road Trip

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  • February 28, 2011

A short film following the 'Rights Now' team as they travel across Ireland, hosting workshops and meetings to raise awareness about Ireland's upcoming Universal Periodic Review.

In October 2011, Ireland will be examined for the first time by the United Nations on our human rights record under the Universal Periodic Review or UPR. Seventeen leading organisations have come together to make sure that the United Nations hears your views about Your Rights. Right Now. Our voices are stronger if we work together.

In February 2011, the Rights Now campaign will be travelling around Ireland talking to individuals and organisations. Free, public information events will be held across the country.
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For more information visit: www.rightsnow.ie

Public Meetings in Galway to Focus on ‘Your Rights. Right Now’

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  • February 9, 2011
PRESS NOTICE Wednesday, 9th February 2011 Organisations and individuals in Galway are invited to participate in one of two public information sessions on human rights in Ireland, taking place at the Galway People’s Resource Centre, St Claire's ...

Public Meeting in Donegal to Focus on ‘Your Rights. Right Now’

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  • February 7, 2011
Public Meeting in Donegal to Focus on ‘Your Rights. Right Now’  Organisations and individuals in Donegal are invited to participate in a public information session on human rights in Ireland, taking place at the Abbey Hotel, The Diamond, Donegal...

'Your Rights. Right Now' UPR Process Launched

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  • February 1, 2011

 

In October 2011, Ireland will be examined for the first time by the United Nations on our human rights record under the Universal Periodic Review or UPR. Seventeen leading organisations have come together to make sure that the United Nations hears your views about Your Rights. Right Now. Our voices are stronger if we work together. The launch of Your Rights. Right Now. took place yesterday at the Wood Quay venue in Dublin. More details are available at www.rightsnow.ie. The campaign can also be followed on Facebook HERE, Twitter @RightsNowUPR and more photos of the launch are available on Flickr HERE.

Ireland must account for rights record say groups

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  • February 1, 2011
Press release, 31 January 2011 www.rightsnow.orgSeventeen leading organisations have joined forces to help people hold the State to account for its human rights record.Speaking today (31 January 2011) at the launch the “Your Rights. Right Now” ca...
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