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Participation and the Practice of Rights (PPR) is a Belfast-based organisation that supports marginalised people to assert their rights in practical ways. Here, Nicola Browne, Director (Policy) with PPR, describes how “rights become real when applied to concrete problems which often arise in local contexts”. “Where after all do human rights begin? In small places, […]
This week GLEN (the Gay and Lesbian Equality Network) announced the winners of the inaugural Workplace Equality Index Awards to recognise and celebrate organisations that are making significant efforts to ensure that LGBT employees can be themselves without fear of it negatively affecting their career. GLEN’s Workplace Equality Index is an evidence-based benchmark system that provides […]
To mark Human Rights Day 2015, Clare Intercultural Network and Intercultural and Diversity Education Centre-Ireland (IDEC-Ireland) will host a conference on the theme of cultural diversity in the classroom. The conference will take place at Cois na hAbhna, Ennis, Co. Clare, on 10th December.
Human Rights Day: The fourth annual Northern Ireland Human Rights Festival will take place from 6th to 12th December 2015.
The Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission was set up in November 2014 as an independent public body. The Commission's goal is an inclusive Ireland where human rights and equality are fully enjoyed by everyone, everywhere.
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The Make Rights Real public awareness campaign aims to show how human rights and equality are relevant to all our lives and help people understand their rights.
Make Rights Real is an initiative of the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission.
Make Rights Real is co-funded by the PROGRESS Programme of the European Union.