CAJ is an independent human rights organisation with cross community membership in Northern Ireland and beyond. It was established in 1981 and lobbies and campaigns on a broad range of human rights issues. CAJ seeks to secure the highest standards in the administration of justice in Northern Ireland by ensuring that the Government complies with its obligations in international human rights law.

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Covert Policing and Ensuring Accountability: Ten Years on from the Cory Collusion Inquiry Reports, where now?

CAJ in partnership with University of Ulster Transitional Justice Institute (TJI) will be hosting the following seminar on Tuesday 1 July 2014 Covert Policing and Ensuring Accountability: Ten Years on from the Cory Collusion Inquiry …

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Mapping the Rollback?

To mark International Human Rights Day (10 th December) CAJ, in collaboration with the Transitional Justice Institute, University of Ulster and the Human Rights Centre Queens University Belfast launched a conference report: ‘Mapping the …

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Unequal Relations?

Unequal Relations?

Policy, the Section 75 duties and Equality Commission advice: has ‘good relations’ been allowed to undermine equality? On Tuesday 11 June 2013 CAJ launched new research which finds that a combination of factors, including decisions and …

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The Policing You Don’t See

Covert policing and the accountability gap: Five years on from the transfer of ‘national security’ primacy to MI5 The Committee on the Administration of Justice has published a major report on covert policing after a research project lasting …

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Do you support human rights in Northern Ireland?

Why not become a member of CAJ? CAJ is a membership organisation and we rely greatly on the support our members offer. If you are interested in human rights issues in Northern Ireland, why not consider becoming a member of CAJ? As a member, …

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