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Germany star Toni Kroos takes aim at Qatar amid World Cup protests
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Germany star Toni Kroos takes aim at Qatar amid World Cup protests

Mar 31st 2021, 4:48 PM 7,998 Views 7 Comments

Qatar has faced criticism for its treatment of migrant workers, many of whom are involved in World Cup preparations.

Norway players wear t-shirts in protest of Qatar World Cup as Odegaard forced off with injury
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Norway players wear t-shirts in protest of Qatar World Cup as Odegaard forced off with injury

Mar 25th 2021, 11:15 AM 7,786 Views 2 Comments

The t-shirts read ‘Human rights, on and off the pitch’ in support of migrant workers and were donned prior to their win over Gibraltar.

Opinion: Syria, ten years on, and Covid-19 has pushed refugees to the limits
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Opinion: Syria, ten years on, and Covid-19 has pushed refugees to the limits

Mar 15th 2021, 7:00 PM 7,770 Views 4 Comments

UNICEF’s Ettie Higgins and Claire McKeever share the stories of many refugees displaced by the war in Syria, ten years on.

Opinion: Ten years of conflict in Syria and humanitarian aid is still a challenge to deliver
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Opinion: Ten years of conflict in Syria and humanitarian aid is still a challenge to deliver

Mar 14th 2021, 7:30 AM 8,512 Views 14 Comments

Meath man Derek O’Rourke is GOAL’s Middle East Security Advisor. He outlines the challenges faced by NGOs as they navigate Syrian regions devastated by war.

Barry Andrews: Richard O'Halloran and China's handling of such cases should not be ignored
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Barry Andrews: Richard O'Halloran and China's handling of such cases should not be ignored

Mar 3rd 2021, 7:10 AM 18,084 Views 15 Comments

The MEP says China’s holding of Richard O’Halloran against his will is an outrageous breach of human rights.

Oireachtas members join international alliance pushing for tougher stance on China
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Oireachtas members join international alliance pushing for tougher stance on China

Feb 27th 2021, 8:00 AM 19,653 Views 46 Comments

Senator McDowell says Ireland can no longer ignore the “clear challenge” of the Chinese Communist Party.

Donnelly meeting with Glynn to discuss whether more countries should be added to mandatory hotel quarantine list
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Donnelly meeting with Glynn to discuss whether more countries should be added to mandatory hotel quarantine list

Feb 25th 2021, 1:12 PM 18,144 Views 54 Comments

There are currently 20 countries on the ‘category 2′ list.

Dr Sarah-Anne Buckley: The story of Derek Leinster and the Bethany Home tells us we have more to learn
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Dr Sarah-Anne Buckley: The story of Derek Leinster and the Bethany Home tells us we have more to learn

Jan 24th 2021, 8:30 AM 20,957 Views 5 Comments

NUIG historian Dr Sarah-Anne Buckley says the recent Commission report into mother and baby homes needed to have a deeper look at Protestant institutions and the neglect of children like Derek.

Opinion: The UN Security Council needs an 'outsider' and Ireland fits that bill
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Opinion: The UN Security Council needs an 'outsider' and Ireland fits that bill

Jan 20th 2021, 7:00 AM 16,365 Views 12 Comments

Andrew Anderson of Front Line Defenders says Ireland can play a pivotal role at the UN Security Council by improving international relations at a difficult time.

ESB referred to OECD over importing coal from north Colombian mine
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ESB referred to OECD over importing coal from north Colombian mine

Jan 19th 2021, 12:38 PM 16,964 Views 33 Comments

A charity has submitted a formal complaint about the ESB allegedly breaching its human rights commitments.

European Court of Human Rights declares complaints by Irish symphysiotomy victims as inadmissible
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European Court of Human Rights declares complaints by Irish symphysiotomy victims as inadmissible

Dec 10th 2020, 10:02 AM 27,405 Views 15 Comments

The three women from Dublin, Cork and Meath had sought damages from the State.

Supreme Court allows convicted terrorist to appeal attempt by government to revoke his Irish citizenship
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Supreme Court allows convicted terrorist to appeal attempt by government to revoke his Irish citizenship

Oct 14th 2020, 7:59 PM 30,624 Views 23 Comments

Ali Damache is currently serving a 15-year prison sentence in the US.

Stormont leaders urged to publish record of call with Chinese official
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Stormont leaders urged to publish record of call with Chinese official

Aug 11th 2020, 3:15 PM 23,130 Views 9 Comments

Arlene Foster and Michelle O’Neill allegedly said they respected and understood new Hong Kong security laws.

Opinion: We've waited long enough - we must wipe out nuclear weapons for good
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Opinion: We've waited long enough - we must wipe out nuclear weapons for good

Aug 6th 2020, 7:00 AM 11,509 Views 31 Comments

On the 75th anniversaries of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, The International Committee of the Red Cross says we must now work collectively stop the development of nuclear weapons.

Opinion: ‘Travellers have to hide their identity just to get a foot in the door’
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Opinion: ‘Travellers have to hide their identity just to get a foot in the door’

Aug 1st 2020, 8:00 PM 45,786 Views 0 Comments

Pavee Point’s Caoimhe McCabe outlines the level of workplace discrimination against Travellers and how to combat the problem.

Around 80 human trafficking investigations underway in Ireland
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Around 80 human trafficking investigations underway in Ireland

Jul 30th 2020, 11:15 AM 29,204 Views 22 Comments

Justice Minster Helen McEntee revealed the latest figure on World Day against Trafficking in Persons.

Chinese ambassador to Ireland claims footage of blindfolded, cuffed Uighur Muslims is 'fabricated'
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Chinese ambassador to Ireland claims footage of blindfolded, cuffed Uighur Muslims is 'fabricated'

Jul 23rd 2020, 12:24 PM 27,304 Views 66 Comments

The ambassador also hit out at concerns expressed by the UK and the US over China’s growing control over Hong Kong.

Hyperinflation, uncertainty and awakening from lockdown: Life in the Syrian-Kurdish resistance city of Kobani
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Hyperinflation, uncertainty and awakening from lockdown: Life in the Syrian-Kurdish resistance city of Kobani

Jun 20th 2020, 12:30 PM 10,343 Views 1 Comment

Today is World Refugee Day and Cameron Weymes and Nishtiman Haji Murad share the stories of the people living in this once besieged city.

'I live in Direct Provision and our kids are not immune to racial discrimination'
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'I live in Direct Provision and our kids are not immune to racial discrimination'

Jun 9th 2020, 7:00 AM 18,632 Views 47 Comments

Owodunni Ola Mustapha tells her own story and that of the children in DP who have suffered racist abuse.

Opinion: 'Conditions for Travellers have been difficult in the Covid-19 shutdown'
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Opinion: 'Conditions for Travellers have been difficult in the Covid-19 shutdown'

Jun 6th 2020, 1:00 PM 40,994 Views 0 Comments

Bernard Joyce of the Irish Traveller Movement says more needs to be done to protect Travellers during this pandemic and beyond.

Simon Harris to extend emergency Garda powers until 18 May
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Simon Harris to extend emergency Garda powers until 18 May

May 1st 2020, 11:59 PM 24,201 Views 51 Comments

The health minister said he would sign the updated regulations tonight.

Human rights watchdog calls for more oversight into new Garda powers during Covid-19 crisis
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Human rights watchdog calls for more oversight into new Garda powers during Covid-19 crisis

Apr 27th 2020, 8:45 AM 23,960 Views 55 Comments

Those convicted under the new rules could face a maximum of six months in prison or a fine of €2,500.

High Court in Belfast rules Northern Ireland abortion law breaches human rights
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High Court in Belfast rules Northern Ireland abortion law breaches human rights

Oct 3rd 2019, 11:21 AM 8,538 Views 17 Comments

Legislation decriminalising abortion may be introduced this month if the Stormont executive doesn’t resume.

'The arts are really good for bringing people together to have difficult conversations'
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'The arts are really good for bringing people together to have difficult conversations'

Sep 15th 2019, 8:00 PM 8,480 Views 1 Comment

A unique human rights arts festival run by Smashing Times takes place in Dublin this month.

Iranian fan dies after setting herself on fire outside court over ban on women attending matches
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Iranian fan dies after setting herself on fire outside court over ban on women attending matches

Sep 10th 2019, 5:50 PM 5,819 Views 6 Comments

Sahar Khodayari, dubbed ‘blue girl’, was due to stand trial for entering a stadium to watch her favourite team, Esteghlal FC.

Inspection of mental health residences describes 'bare, musty' bedrooms
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Inspection of mental health residences describes 'bare, musty' bedrooms

Jul 25th 2019, 6:00 AM 8,067 Views 3 Comments

An inspection of 52 of these 24-hour staffed residences found 43% did not provide single room accommodation for all residents.

Opinion: The State's refusal to compensate survivors of abuse violates human rights law
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Opinion: The State's refusal to compensate survivors of abuse violates human rights law

Jun 17th 2019, 7:00 AM 13,930 Views 20 Comments

In its efforts to avoid paying compensation to victims, the State has spent €1.5 million on legal fees and re-traumatised some of its most vulnerable citizens, writes Conor O’Mahony.

Attacks, surveillance, moving home every six months - The life of an LGBT activist in Tunisia
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Attacks, surveillance, moving home every six months - The life of an LGBT activist in Tunisia

May 18th 2019, 9:30 PM 10,553 Views 24 Comments

Badr Baabou accepted an award for his work in Dublin this week.

Opinion: The US alliance with Saudi Arabia reveals their true stance on human rights
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Opinion: The US alliance with Saudi Arabia reveals their true stance on human rights

May 9th 2019, 7:00 AM 11,605 Views 29 Comments

The sad truth is that the enemies of the western powers look pretty good when compared to our close friends in Saudi, writes Diarmuid Pepper.

Brunei's ruler says death by stoning law for gay sex will not be enforced
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Brunei's ruler says death by stoning law for gay sex will not be enforced

May 6th 2019, 11:03 AM 24,728 Views 54 Comments

Responding to the announcement, rights groups said it didn’t really change anything and didn’t go far enough.

Opinion: 'Inspiration porn' trending on social media is objectification of disabled people
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Opinion: 'Inspiration porn' trending on social media is objectification of disabled people

Feb 16th 2019, 7:30 AM 27,591 Views 29 Comments

Stop sharing videos of disabled people attempting to walk up the aisle, or stand for their first dance – pretending to be able-bodied is far from inspirational, writes Eileen Daly.

Opinion: The critical finding of the Carrickmines inquest was not emphasised by media enough
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Opinion: The critical finding of the Carrickmines inquest was not emphasised by media enough

Jan 30th 2019, 7:00 AM 24,301 Views 16 Comments

Much of the media reporting focused on the alcohol intake of the victims but that it is not how fire inquests are normally reported, writes Jacinta Brack.

Amanda Knox wins €18,400 in damages after human rights case against Italian authorities
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Amanda Knox wins €18,400 in damages after human rights case against Italian authorities

Jan 24th 2019, 2:23 PM 19,465 Views 35 Comments

The European Court of Human Rights said police did not provide her with a lawyer or interpreter.

Highest number of human rights activists on record killed in 2018
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Highest number of human rights activists on record killed in 2018

Jan 8th 2019, 9:14 AM 6,691 Views 7 Comments

In total 321 people in 27 countries were targeted and killed for their work.

Mary Robinson 'dismayed' at media comments as she comes under fire for claiming Dubai princess is 'troubled'
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Mary Robinson 'dismayed' at media comments as she comes under fire for claiming Dubai princess is 'troubled'

Updated Dec 28th 2018, 10:44 AM 90,167 Views 89 Comments

Mary Robinson has come under fire for claiming that an Emirati princess who has stated she is being held against her will is “in the loving care of her family”.

High Court orders surrender of Polish man at centre of extradition row
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High Court orders surrender of Polish man at centre of extradition row

Nov 19th 2018, 11:45 AM 14,362 Views 0 Comments

Artur Celmer had claimed he could not get a fair trial in Poland.

Mary Robinson appointed as chair of The Elders
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Mary Robinson appointed as chair of The Elders

Nov 1st 2018, 10:42 PM 32,968 Views 58 Comments

Robinson is following in the footsteps of Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Kofi Annan.

An Garda Síochána has 'never fully embraced human rights standards'
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An Garda Síochána has 'never fully embraced human rights standards'

Sep 14th 2018, 11:04 AM 17,339 Views 68 Comments

A report by the Irish Council for Civil Liberties has criticised some Garda policies and practices.

Second Irish person taking case to Europe over child abuse in Irish schools
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Second Irish person taking case to Europe over child abuse in Irish schools

Aug 1st 2018, 6:15 AM 19,523 Views 26 Comments

John Allen says, ‘The insanity lies with a dysfunctional country, not a damaged child’.

US withdraws from UN Human Rights Council and labels it a 'cesspool of political bias'
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US withdraws from UN Human Rights Council and labels it a 'cesspool of political bias'

Jun 19th 2018, 10:53 PM 22,781 Views 113 Comments

The US claimed that the UN is biased against Israel.

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