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Politics & Government
  • Author:
    Irish Penal Reform Trust
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    0953553183
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    Irish Penal Reform Trust (November 30, 2009)
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    96 pages
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    Politics & Government
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Irish Penal Reform Trust, Detention of Children: International Standards and Best Practice (Dublin: IPRT .

Irish Penal Reform Trust, Detention of Children: International Standards and Best Practice (Dublin: IPRT, 2009). Irish Penal Reform Trust, Detention of Children: International Standards and Best Practice (Dublin: IPRT, 2009).

and best practice in Ireland’s prison system. She spoke of the importance of standard-setting in penal reform and the role of the UN standards in particular in providing guidance for implementing good practice.

The report sets out the purpose and policy goals of a major three-year project monitoring human rights and best practice in Ireland’s prison system. On 24 October, Alison Hannah, PRI’s Executive Director, spoke at the Irish Penal Reform Trust (IPRT)’s launch of its new project, Progress in the Penal System (PIPS). PIPS is a major three-year project monitoring human rights and best practice in Ireland’s prison system. It sets out 35 standards for the prison system, together with indicators and actions to monitor progress.

Irish Penal Reform Trust, Dublin, Ireland. We believe that the current spent convictions law in Ireland is extremely limited and does not fulfill its rehabilitative aims

Irish Penal Reform Trust, Dublin, Ireland. Respect for rights in the penal system with prison as a last resort. We believe that the current spent convictions law in Ireland is extremely limited and does not fulfill its rehabilitative aims. tee on Justice and Equality now discussing the limited nature of spent convictions provision in Ireland and outlining what we can do to move toward a fairer system. With the support of our members, we have long campaigned for a mechanism in Ireland which allows for the expungement for certain adult convictions.

3 Irish Penal Reform Trust Annual Lecture 16th September 2011, ‘Squaring the Circle: Penal policy, Sentencing .

3 Irish Penal Reform Trust Annual Lecture 16th September 2011, ‘Squaring the Circle: Penal policy, Sentencing offenders, and Protecting the Community’. 3 B. Current Law and Practice in Ireland 7. There are three mechanisms for early release in Ireland, namely the Constitutional Power to Commute (whereby the Executive has the power to commute or remit any sentence under Article 1. ), Remission and Temporary Release/Parole. 6 The following discussion focuses on the latter two mechanisms, as they are more directly relevant.

A lively question and discussion session followed the lecture with students, staff and external guests making thought-provoking contributions to the conversation, supplemented by the expert views of the guest speaker. These guest lectures are a crucial means of engaging the community of DkIT with the culture and.

International good practice: alternatives to imprisonment for women .

International good practice: alternatives to imprisonment for women offenders. International human rights standards and treaties, such as the UN Standard Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners, contain principles on the human rights of all prisoners.

Children are placed in out-of-home care for a variety of reasons which may . It will also consider challenges that still face policy and practice in the Irish foster care system.

Children are placed in out-of-home care for a variety of reasons which may include being orphaned or abandoned, or if their family is not in a position to provide them with adequate care and protection ( Darmody et a. 2013). The paper takes a multi-disciplinary approach drawing on evidence from various perspectives including law, history and social policy. Offering the Irish case in this paper is not to claim or imply that the Irish system is fully developed or has resolved all its challenges.

Irish Penal Reform Trust Campaigning for the rights of everyone in the penal . Reintegration of Prisoners in Ireland. The Detention of Children: Lessons to be Learned from International Standards and Other Jurisdictions. IPRT Patron, playwright, director & author Peter Sheridan.

Irish Penal Reform Trust Campaigning for the rights of everyone in the penal system, with prison as a last resort.

Irish Penal Reform Trust (IPRT). IPRT Disappointed at Slopping Out Decision. Oversight of Prison Conditions and Investigations of Deaths in Custody: International Human Rights Standards and the Practice in Ireland. Prison Journal 91 (1): 81–102. CrossRefGoogle Scholar.