Child Protection and children's constitutional rights will be the subject of an inter-disciplinary seminar organised jointly by colleagues in the Departments of Law, Applied Social Studies and the Institute for Social Science in the 21st Century Children (Young People Research Cluster) at University College Cork on Friday 19th November at 12pm.Read more
International Conference on Gender Equality, Citizenship and Multiculturalism in Contemporary Europe.10 Sep
A one day international conference on gender equality, citizenship and multiculturalism will take place on Friday September 10th 2010 in Brookfield room G04 from 10.15 – 5.30.Read more
The Centre for Criminal Justice and Human Right at the Faculty of Law at UCC was delighted to host its fourth annual criminal law conference, entitled Accommodating Victims in the Criminal Justice System
The conference updated delegates on current debates in criminal justice with particular emphasis on the role of victims of crime.Read more
The Centre for Criminal Justice and Human Rights at University College Cork is pleased to announce its IV Annual Postgraduate Conference which will take place on Thursday, 29th April, 2010. The conference is aimed at those who are undertaking postgraduate research in the areas of crimial law, criminal justice and human rights.Read more
Dr Ursula Kilkelly, Co-Director of the CCJHR, recently acted as Rapporteur at a high level international conference designed to promote strategies to protect children from violence.Read more
The 4th Annual Criminal Justice and Human Rights Lecture took place on Thursday March 4th 2010. The lecture titled “Respectable Criminality” was delivered by The Honourable Mr. Justice William McKechnie, Judge of the High Court.Read more
The fourth annual Conference of the Centre for Criminal Justice and Human Rights took place on Thursday the 29th April. The Theme for this year's event was "Borders of Justice: Locating the Law in Times of Transition" and the various papers which were presented reflected upon how reactionary law making and the related rhetoric of crisis impact negatively on fundamental rights protection and the criminal law as well as many related topics.Read more
Dr Ursula Kilkelly, Senior Lecturer in Faculty of Law at University College Cork writes in the irish times, in regard to the proposed changes to the Constitution which would force the State to give deserved priority of place to children in all decisions that might affect them.Read more
Dr Ursula Kilkelly and Dr Catherine O'Sullivan wrote an article in the Irish times on Wednesday the 26 of May 2010 in response to recently issued guidance from the HSE to social workers on the approach they should take with families suffering domestic violence and abuse.Read more
'Subjects Before the Law: Membership, Recognition and the Religious Dimensions of Women's Citizenship.'
We invite PhD students and Early Career Researchers (no more than 3 years post-doc) from any discipline to apply to participate in a workshop, to take place on Thursday, September 9, 2010.Read more
CCJHR IV Annual Postgraduate Conference: Borders of Justice: Locating the Law in Times of Transition29 Apr
The Centre for Criminal Justice and Human Rights at UCC will host its fourth annual postgraduate conference on Thursday, 29 April, 2010.
The Conference will be taking place in Brookfield Health Sciences Building on College Road. Registration is at 9 am..Read more