Human rights in the Republic of Ireland 2007
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|Title:||Human rights in the Republic of Ireland 2007||Authors:||Thornton, Liam||Permanent link:||http://hdl.handle.net/10197/4559||Date:||2007||Abstract:||Debates on criminal justice, police powers and human rights of the accused were present throughout much of 2007 in the Republic of Ireland. Human rights concerns were raised in relation to the introduction of anti-social behaviour orders, the continuing focus on ‘balance’ within the Irish criminal justice system and limitations on the right to silence. There were also some positive developments in the field of human rights, including the introduction of the Prison Rules.||Type of material:||Journal Article||Publisher:||Hart Publishing||Journal:||Irish Yearbook of International Law 2007||Volume:||2||Start page:||175||End page:||188||Keywords:||Irish criminal justice system; Police powers; Legislation; Prison law||Other versions:||http://eprints.ulster.ac.uk/6322/||Language:||en||Status of Item:||Peer reviewed|
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