Human Rights, Dublin/Monaghan

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  • Margaret Urwin's statement to the Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission

    Statement submitted for the record by Margaret Urwin to the Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission, at the U.S. Congress' House Foreign Affairs Committee, in its hearing on accountability for human rights abuses during the Troubles in Northern Ireland.
  • "London Has Serious Questions to Answer": Tyrone Man Orphaned by Glenanne Gang

    Eamon Devlin and his two brothers and sister, Patricia, were orphaned when their parents were gunned down by the Glenanne Gang. A UDR soldier was later convicted although his military status was suppressed from the courts, the public and the bereaved family. Another UDR soldier was also a prime...

    Leading "Irish News" columnist, Brian Feeney, asks why the most senior police officer in Northern Ireland is defying a court order and refusing to even talk about completing a report on collusion into 120+ murders?
  • Press Release: Families win legal challenge over failure to investigate Glenanne Gang murders

    The families of over 100 people, on both sides of the border in Ireland, murdered by the Ulster Volunteer Force, in collusion with state forces including the Royal Ulster Constabulary (RUC) and the Ulster Defence Regiment (UDR), have welcomed today’s High Court ruling.
  • 43rd Commemoration of Dublin/Monaghan Bombings

    The years pass by and still the families bereaved in the Dublin and Monaghan bombings of May 1974 seek justice and truth.