# Human Rights

This week
7th July 2024 - 12th July 2024
Tom Clonan: Putin's attack on a children's hospital this week was a bestial crime
Tom Clonan
Last month
June 2024
Human rights watchdog calls for abolition of Special Criminal Court one year on from report
Rugby following the trend if €940m deal with Qatar goes ahead
It has been reported that Doha could host the Nations Championship finals weekend from 2026.
This year
The Palestine Question: Should recognition come before or after peace?
Dr Gëzim Visoka
Amnesty International hits out at Ireland's 'failing' housing system in human rights report
'We are really going in the direction of outsourcing asylum'
Asylum seekers who left Dublin Mountains camp attempt to find shelter for the night
One asylum seeker said he felt he was treated “like an animal” at the campsite he was bussed to.
Music producer: Irish acts should be commended for their SXSW boycott
Pat Neary
FactFind: What is a ‘safe country of origin’ and how many asylum seekers come from one?
Ukraine a priority for newly elected Council of Europe human rights commissioner Michael O'Flaherty
Irishman Michael O'Flaherty elected as Council of Europe’s Commissioner for Human Rights
Holly Cairns: Ireland has long advocated for the Palestinians - we can't let them down now
Holly Cairns
Last year
Ukraine: 'This is the second Christmas our children made just one wish, to see their Dad again'
Russia bans 'international LGBT movement' for 'extremism'
Opinion: The impact of fast fashion on climate is undeniable and Black Friday makes it worse
Rebecca Moynihan
Holly Cairns: What Israel is doing in Gaza is beyond horrific - we cannot stand idly by
Holly Cairns
Opinion: When we hear about 'refugees' or 'migrants', remember these are real people
Fellipe Lopes
Opinion: Do you really know what’s behind your makeup or face cream?
Katherine Shaw
Opinion: 'Everyone in the Traveller community has experienced prejudice at some point'
Michael Power
Runner Caster Semenya was discriminated against, European rights court rules
Ivana Bacik: 'It is an injustice that children of same-sex couples are being denied rights'
Ivana Bacik
Opinion: The Hate Offences Bill is far from anti-democratic - it's a mark of a civilised society
Adam Long
Opinion: The government cannot fix housing because their entire approach is flawed
Cian O'Callaghan
Lack of transparency harming Ireland’s vital election observer role
Ireland an outlier in decision to halt election observer role during Covid
Barry Andrews: For every day of war in Ukraine, 30 days of landmine clearing will be required
Barry Andrews
Doctor on the front line in Sudan: 'Even ambulances are being turned back'
Ghazali Babiker
Harris says European court ruling on tax defaulters needs 'detailed consideration' by Govt
Opinion: Ireland can play its part in helping people pushing for freedom in Iran
Colin Lee
Analysis: This week's policing storm illustrates the differing views on the roles of Gardaí
Dr Ian Marder
Fiona O'Loughlin: Ireland can remain a leader on LGBTQI+ rights if it stands up to Hungary
Fiona O'Loughlin
Human rights group raises concerns over Chinese cameras at the Oireachtas
Premier League told Qatar links to Spurs should be a ‘wake-up call’
All time
Opinion: Iran’s nod to International Human Rights Day was more repression of its people
Brendan McNamara
World Cup 2022: Fifa's clampdown on rainbow armbands conflicts with its own human rights guidelines
Sophie King-Hill
UN human rights council eyes investigation of Iran's crackdown on protests
Twitter's survival is about more than just Elon Musk getting his way - here's why
Laura Byrne
Opinion: 'Football fans - it's time to make some noise on human rights ahead of this World Cup'
Fiona Crowley
US Secretary of State asks Egypt for human rights progress before COP27 summit
Moscow's delegates miss UN review of human rights in Russia