This edition explores the issue of gender equality. Click here to download
This edition looks at Access to Justice in Ireland. Download the issue here.
This edition explores education, both the right to education and rights in the context of education. Download this edition here.
This edition explores the theme of the older person in the context of Law, Human Rights and Advocacy.
This issue examines Economic Social and Cultural rights focusing in particular upon Social Welfare Rights.
This issue explores economic, social and cultural rights in practice. The articles in this issue document how this occurs as well as discussing limitations as well as possible improvements in a number of contexts.
The issue examined a number of issues including the concept of housing need and the devastating impact of funding cuts on the housing provision for the most vulnerable.
This issue provided a comprehensive picture of Restorative Justice in Ireland today. As well as providing a theoretical background, the articles chart the development of Restorative Justice in Ireland, paying particular attention to projects in Nenagh, Tallaght and Limerick. This edition also included case studies and an interview that presented the work of Community Economic Development organisations.
Community Economic Development combines legal, social policy and community development tools to tackle poverty and disempowerment within communities. The themes of this issue are Community Legal Education and Community Legal Services, both of which are essential to Community Economic Development, and CED lawyering in particular. This issue brings together articles that address these subjects from both academic and practical perspectives.
Community investment and participation requires not only policies but also the implementation of laws to achieve its potential. Community investment and participation is also a broad area that can be seen through different perspectives. This issue therefore seeks to offer an insight into the many shades of community and the different types of investment and participation we mean when we talk about community economic development (CED) law and policy.
With the advent of the children’s referendum in Ireland and thanks to the suggestions of Ciairín de Buis, Director of Start Strong, the second issue of the Journal focuses on the theme of children.
The first issue of the Journal sets out the role of local development and its interaction with local government, the use of standards and what is meant by CED, CED law and CED lawyering in Ireland and abroad.