Publications

Working Papers

The CCJHR Legal Research Working Papers series publishes excellent research in the fields of human rights, crime, justice and law. One of the objectives of the CCJHR is to support the dissemination of research in progress. The Working Paper series is peer-reviewed and edited by CCJHR. Submissions to the Working Papers series are open to UCC Law academics, PhD students and research fellows. The series also publishes selected ‘best papers’ from the annual graduate conference hosted at the CCJHR.   For further details, contact ccjhr@ucc.ie

 

Available Working Papers:

CCJHR WPS No 1 Sarah Singer Refugee Exclusion Clauses and Terrorism Dec 2012.pdf

CCJHR WPS No 2 Claire Smyth IESCR Optional Protocol and Ireland Dec 2012.pdf

CCJHR WPS No 3 Ilona Cairns Feminist Perspective on Criminal Law Reform Dec 2012

CCJHR WPS No 4 Colette Barry Irish Prison Officers June 2013.pdf

CCJHR WPS No 5 Sarah Jane Judge Legal Capacity of Children June 2013.pdf

CCJHR WPS No 6 Hajer Almanea The League of Arab States August 2018.pdf

CCJHR WPS No 7 Noemi Magugliani Securitisation of Migration August 2018.pdf

Submissions

CCJHR Submission on the Scheme for the Immigration Residence and Protection Bill

CCJHRSubmissionontheCriminalJustice(TraffickingandSexualOffences)Bill2006.pdf

CCJHR Subsidary Protection Case Law Project

CCJHR WPS No 1 Sarah Singer Refugee Exclusion Clauses and Terrorism

CCJHR WPS No 2 Claire Smyth IESCR Optional Protocol and Ireland

CCJHR WPS No 3 Ilona Cairns Feminist Perspective on Criminal Law Reform

CCJHR WPS No 4 Colette Barry Irish Prison Officers

CCJHR WPS No 5 Sarah Jane Judge Legal Capacity of Children

 

Research Projects

 

 

CCJHR Access to Justice for People with Disabilities as Victims of Crime Ireland

CCJHR Subsidary Protection Case Law Project 2007.pdf

CCTV as a Crime Prevention Strategy D Applebe CCJHR 2009.pdf

Nasc-CCJHR Beyond McMahon Conference Summary June 2018.pdf

Nasc-CCJHR Racism and Hate Crime Conference Summary Oct 2013.pdf

UK Migrant Domestic Workers Project CCJHR April 2012.pdf

Our Blog Journal

http://blogs.ucc.ie/wordpress/ccjhr/

 

Centre for Criminal Justice and Human Rights Newsletter

CCJHR Newsletter November 2010.pdf

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