Model Bill Team Response to NIO Legacy Consultation
Queen’s Led Team Endeavours to Break Log-Jam on National Security
If there is consensus on anything in Northern Ireland today, it is that the current approach to ‘dealing with the past’ is not working. In particular, it is failing to deliver for victims and survivors, some of whom have been waiting forty years and more for truth, justice, reparations, and other needs to be addressed.
Professor Kieran McEvoy Addresses Defence Committee on Prospect of Amnesty for British Military Personnel
A team of researchers, led by Queen’s University Belfast, have today launched a model for information redaction together with criteria for restrictions on disclosure from the HIU designed to help politicians overcome the impasse on national security and dealing with the past in Northern Ireland.
Professor Kieran McEvoy Delivers 36th Annual William Nash Memorial Lecture
On Tuesday 7 March 2015 Kieran McEvoy, Professor of Law and Transitional Justice at Queen’s University Belfast, was invited to give evidence to the Westminster Defence Committee on the issue of ‘Investigations into Fatalities Involving British Security Personnel’.
Professor McEvoy Addresses Progressive Unionist Party (PUP) Annual Party Conference
Professor Kieran McEvoy delivered the 36th Annual William Nash Memorial Lecture at Campion College, University of Regina, Canada on 23 February 2016.
Stormont House Agreement: Model Legislation Project
Professor Kieran McEvoy addressed the Progressive Unionist Party (PUP) Annual party conference on 10th October 2015 on the theme of ‘Dealing with the Past in Northern Ireland.’
Dealing with the Past Team Meet UN Rapporteur, Pablo de Greiff
Professor Kieran McEvoy secured additional funding from QUB Business Alliance to support work between QUB and the human rights NGO, the Committee on the Administration of Justice (CAJ).
Professor Kieran McEvoy, Professor Louise Mallinder and Dr Luke Moffett yesterday met with UN human rights expert, Pablo de Greiff at Queen’s University.