Repeal the Eighth and Reproductive Rights. Thematic Excerpts

Thematic excerpts derived from interviews with Repeal activists conducted for the project “Sharing Best Practices in how Civil Society Organisations use the Internet in Organising and Building for Socio-Economic Rights and Trust” funded by the Irish Research Council (IRC) and spo

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Self-Managing Rheumatoid Arthritis: A Photovoice Study

Self-Managing Rheumatoid Arthritis: A Photovoice Study' is a national participatory action research project. This was a qualitative study involving 11 people with rheumatoid arthritis who were tasked with taking photographs of what they understood as “the challenges and solutions

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Tom Roberts

Tom Roberts the director of the Ex-Prisoners Interpretative Centre [EPIC] since 1996. The centre works to facilitate the reintegration of loyalist, political motivated prisoners upon their release. EPIC has worked with Coiste na nIarchimí, which translates from Irish to English a

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Ignacio Campoy Cervera

Ignacio Campoy Cervera is Senior Lecturer with tenure at the International Law, Ecclesiastical Law and Philosophy of Law Department of the University Carlos III of Madrid and Member of the Institute of Human Rights “Bartolomé de las Casas”, of the same University. His research in

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Christina Burke

Christina Burke is an activist for disability rights and a member of the National Platform of Self Advocates, an independent organisation run by people with intellectual disabilities for people with intellectual disabilities. Christina was nominated by the National Platform of S

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Liam Herrick

Liam Herrick was appointed to Executive Director of the Irish Council for Civil Liberties [ICCL] in November 2016. Prior to his appointment, he worked as Advisor to President Michael D. Higgins for almost three years. Liam was Executive Director of the Irish Penal Reform Trust [

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Monica Wilson

Monica Wilson is a human rights campaigner who has undertaken several roles with Disability Action, a Northern Ireland charity who works with people with physical disabilities, learning disabilities, sensory disabilities, hidden disabilities, and mental health disabilities since

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Nick Henderson

Nick Henderson was appointed Chief Executive Officer of the Irish Refugee Council in 2016. During his time in Ireland Nick has held several leading positions in organisations such as Integrity at Work, an initiative of Transparency International Ireland promoting supportive worki

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Peter O'Mahony

Peter O’Mahony was chief executive of Irish Refugee Council [IRC] from 1999-2004 at a key time in IRC’s development. Prior to this Peter worked abroad in education and development for agencies such as Concern.

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Denise Charlton

Denise Charlton has extensive experience in the fields of equality, human rights, anti-discrimination, and integration issues. She has worked in several leading roles in non-governmental organisations such as Woman’s Aid, The Immigrant Council of Ireland, and Marriage Equality, a

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Cathal Kerrigan

Cathal Kerrigan is a Librarian at University College Cork and a co-founder of Cork Gay Collective, which has links to the Gay and Lesbian Equality Network [GLEN].

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Life Histories and Social Change Cohort B: born 1945 - 1954

Cohort B (born 1945 - 1954) from the Life Histories and Social Change project. Archive of qualitative life story interviews that were conducted between 2006 - 2008 by researchers at Maynooth University. Data objects are available as full-length text transcripts of qualitative int

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