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Human Rights in Northern Ireland

The Committee on the Administration of Justice Handbook

Editor(s): Brice Dickson, Brian Gormally
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Published: 26-02-2015
Format: EPUB eBook (?)
Edition: 2nd
Extent: 552
ISBN: 9781782255055
Imprint: Hart Publishing
RRP: £26.98
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About Human Rights in Northern Ireland

This Handbook is the latest version of a book that was last published in 2003, and has been completely revised to take account of the innumerable legal developments since then. The book contains 26 chapters on topics ranging across the full spectrum of civil, political, social, economic and environmental rights, with particular emphasis on the right not to be discriminated against. It is currently the most comprehensive and practical publication on the state of human rights in Northern Ireland. This is a part of the world where, as well as ongoing issues arising out of the conflict ('emergency laws' are still in place, for example), there are familiar questions concerning the rights of people with poor mental health, the law relating to family and sexual matters, children's rights, education rights, employment rights, housing rights, and social security rights. The contributors to the book are all experts in their field, most of them with years of experience as human rights activists and advisers. The book provides precise information about relevant legislation and case law (on which there are tables) and is fully indexed.

Table Of Contents

1. Introduction
Brice Dickson and Brian Gormally
2. Victims ' Rights
Brice Dickson
3. Powers of the Police and Army
Brice Dickson
4. Questioning Suspects and Witnesses
John Jackson, Fiona Doherty and Malachy McGowan
5. Complaints Against the Police
Mary O ' Rawe
6. Prisoners ' Rights
Jacqueline Monahan and Ann Jemphrey
7. Immigration
Anne Grimes and Fidelma O ' Hagan
8. Processions, Protests and Other Meetings
Michael Hamilton
9. Freedom of Expression
Rory O ' Connell and Paul Mageean
10. Rights to Access Information
Colin Harper and Brice Dickson
11. The Right to Privacy
Louise Mallinder
12. The Equality Framework in Northern Ireland
Debbie Kohner
13. Sex Discrimination
Beverley Jones and Joanne White
14. Religious and Political Opinion Discrimination
Evelyn Collins
15. Race Discrimination
Ciaran White
16. Disability Discrimination
George Kilpatrick
17. Sexual Orientation Discrimination
Barry Fitzpatrick
18. Age Discrimination
Barry Fitzpatrick
19. Mental Disorder
Michael Potter
20. Family and Sexual Matters
Monica McWilliams, Rhyannon Blythe and Hannah Russell
21. Children ' s Rights
The Children ' s Law Centre
22. Education Rights
Laura Lundy, Gr á inne McKeever and Viviane Treacy
23. Employment Rights
Mark Reid and Caroline Maguire
24. Housing Rights
Sharon Geary
25. Social Security Rights
Les Allamby
26. Environmental Rights
Neil Faris

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