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  1. equal status seminar seriesStatus Check: 20 Years of the Equal Status Acts - FLAC Seminar Series Issued 12 May 2021 |access-to-justice|human-rights-law| Status Check: 20 Years of the Equal Status Acts FLAC Seminar Series In Association with the School of Law, Trinity College Dublin Lunchtime Webinars (1:00pm – 2:00pm) …
  2. PILA Impact Report 2009-2019FLAC project launches impact report on ten years of promoting public interest law Issued 13 October 2020 |public-interest-law| FLAC project, PILA (Public Interest Law Alliance) is today launching an impact report highlighting some of the positive change achieved through the project over a decade and …
  3. FLACIrish legal profession celebrates inaugural Pro Bono Week and calls for increased participation in pro bono Issued 4 November 2019 |public-interest-law| Today sees the launch of the first Pro Bono Week in Ireland, a collaboration between leading law firms A&L Goodbody and Arthur Cox and pro bono organisations PILA (Public …
  4. graphic The EU Charter and the ECHR_ Practice and Potential 'The EU Charter and the ECHR: Practice and Potential' Issued 24 September 2019 |human-rights-law| Save the date: Friday 18th of October FLAC Half-day Conference on - 'The EU Charter and the ECHR: Practice and Potential' FLAC is delighted to invite you to our half day …
  5. Marc Rotenberg profileUS privacy group informs CJEU on adequacy of US law in protecting EU citizens’ data Issued 9 July 2019 |public-interest-law| FLAC Press notice                                                                       The Court of Justice of the European Union will …
  6. 12th annual Dave Ellis updated (1)Register now for FLAC Annual Lecture: The Regulation of Social Media, Privacy and Access to Justice Issued 10 December 2018 |access-to-justice|human-rights-law| The Council and Staff of FLAC cordially invite you to the Twelfth Annual Dave Ellis Memorial Lecture to be delivered by Mr. Marc Rotenberg, President of the Electronic …
  7. Poster 2FLAC hosts Conference on the legal implications of the Public Sector Duty Issued 30 October 2018 |access-to-justice|human-rights-law| FLAC hosted a significant one day conference on the legal implications of the public sector duty in Dublin on Friday 19th October. It was the first conference on the legal …
  8. FLACFLAC Conference on the legal implications of the Public Sector Duty in Irish law Issued 4 October 2018 |access-to-justice|human-rights-law| Friday 19th October, Morrison Hotel, Lower Ormond Quay FLAC Conference: The legal implications of the Public Sector Duty in Irish law FLAC is delighted to invite you to our …
  9. FLACFLAC Conference on the legal implications of the public sector duty in Irish law Issued 2 August 2018 |access-to-justice|human-rights-law| Save the date: Friday 19th October FLAC Conference on the legal implications of the public sector duty in Irish law FLAC is delighted to invite you to our conference on the …
  10. Emily O'Reilly Speaking Speirs271117Dublin065Speech by Emily O'Reilly to the 11th Annual Dave Ellis Memorial Lecture Issued 28 November 2017 |access-to-justice|human-rights-law|public-interest-law| ANNUAL DAVE ELLIS MEMORIAL LECTURE - ACCESS TO JUSTICE Emily O’Reilly, European Ombudsman 27 November 2017 Ladies and gentlemen, distinguished guests I’m both pleased and …
  11. Stock Image - Flats (Housing)Tenants Welcome European Committee of Social Rights Finding That Ireland Has Failed To Provide Adequate Housing Conditions on Local Authority Estates Issued 23 October 2017 |access-to-justice|human-rights-law|public-interest-law| Local authority tenants have welcomed a landmark decision by the European Committee of Social Rights that has found that Ireland has failed to take sufficient and timely …
  12. four courts side angleUPDATE: Robbie Sinnott case on voting for visually impaired people Issued 2 May 2017 |access-to-justice|public-interest-law| The State was ordered by the High Court on Friday 28 April to pay the legal costs of Robbie Sinnott, a visually impaired man seeking to vindicate his right to vote privately …
  13. FLACTraveller family left without access to sanitation facilities for 6 months wins equality case Issued 25 April 2017 |access-to-justice|human-rights-law| The Workplace Relations Commission (WRC) has found that a Traveller family was discriminated against by Dublin City Council in accessing maintenance services.   Sallyann …
  14. RobbieSinnottPILAConferenceHigh Court vindicates right to a secret ballot in elections for people with visual impairment Issued 30 March 2017 |access-to-justice|human-rights-law|public-interest-law| In an important victory for people with disabilities, the High Court has today found in favour of a man with a visual impairment seeking to vindicate his right to a secret …
  15. Flags_onu_geneva palais des nations wikimediaWelcome for UN call to abolish civil legal aid fees for victims of domestic violence Issued 6 March 2017 |access-to-justice|civil-legal-aid|human-rights-law| An expert United Nations body on women’s rights has today published a comprehensive blueprint for government action to advance gender equality in Ireland, including an …
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