Below are the latest updates on our project.
On the 8th June 2018 members of the project (Moffett, Rudling, McEvoy, Gallen and Gilmore) spoke on a panel ‘Confronting the Past: Acknowledgement, Apology and Reparation’ as part of the Law and Society Association conference in Toronto, Canada. Read the rest →
Last week Dr Luke Moffett contributed to the International Organisation for Migration’s International Conference on Reparations in Colombo, Sri Lanka. Read the rest →
On the 7th December 2017 Dr Luke Moffett spoke at the United Nations Headquarters in New York on funding reparations through perpetrator assets, donor contributions and state budgets. Read the rest →
by Luke Moffett and Kieran McEvoy (School of Law and Mitchell Institute, Queen’s University Belfast)
While talks remain on-going about the restoration of the Northern Ireland Executive and Assembly, Secretary of State James Brokenshire has apparently confirmed to the Victims and Survivors Forum that a public consultation on dealing with the past will go ahead in the coming weeks. Read the rest →
On the 17th August 2017 the International Criminal Court ordered reparations against Mr Al Mahdi for the destruction of the UNESCO World Heritage site in Timbuktu in 2012, relying in part on our Human Rights Centre submission to the Court last year. Read the rest →