We’re delighted to be teaming up with Profile for a Fundraising night in The Academy on March 29th! Profile continues to go from strength to strength attracting top International DJ’s from all over the world and offering a fresh alternative on the Dublin club scene!
This is a night not to be missed, check the Fans of Profile page for further updates and don’t forget to RSVP to the event on the link below!
We hope you will all support Profile and Dublin Pride on March 29th!
A huge thanks to the Profile team for this opportunity!
As part of Dublin Pride 2014 we are putting together a fantastic podcast to celebrate all aspects of the festival. We will be interviewing people about Dublin Pride’s history, personal stories, insights and so much more.
We would like to hear from people interested in being interviewed, if you would like to get involved (or know someone that would) please email firstname.lastname@example.org to get started.
We look forward to hearing from you and can’t wait to share this amazing project with you this summer.
Securing marriage equality has been described as the ‘civil rights issue of our generation’. The proposed constitutional reform follows on from significant legislative reforms in Ireland on civil partnerships, and further pending legislative reform on children’s rights and family relationships. Across Europe and internationally, constitutional and legislative reforms are taking place addressing rights to same sex marriage, sexual orientation and gender identity discrimination in areas such as adoption, guardianship and custody of children and more broadly in the field of relationship recognition.
International human rights bodies, including the European and Inter-American Courts of Human Rights, and constitutional courts, are developing a significant body of jurisprudence on the scope and limits of anti-discrimination norms, and on the positive obligations arising for states to provide for marriage equality and relationship recognition. This conference brings together leading human rights advocates, lawyers and academics to address the many pressing questions that now face Ireland and other jurisdictions engaging in comprehensive reforms of family, constitutional, equality and human rights law.
Conference convenor: Prof Siobhán Mullally, Director, Centre for Criminal Justice and Human Rights, UCC, email email@example.com and Dr Claire Murray, CCJHR, firstname.lastname@example.org
You can find more information about this event here.