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NGOs have called on the Irish and British Governments to ensure that any legacy mechanisms that may be agreed at the negotiating table in this week’s Stormont talks are ‘human rights compliant’ and family-centred
Same-sex marriage is coming to Northern Ireland. That is the message which a pioneering New York legislator brought to Belfast in a keynote speech to campaigners.
A victims' campaigner is to call for government legislation to guarantee victims' rights to truth and justice at the launch of a new report on the legacy of the Troubles.
Amnesty International has written to all members of the Northern Ireland Assembly to warn that their communications may be under surveillance from GCHQ.
The UNHR has criticised the UK Government and the Northern Ireland Executive on their failings to reform abortion law and address ‘Troubles’ related issues.
Amnesty International has repeated its call for the investigation into child abuse at Kincora children's home to be included in the Westminster child abuse inquiry.
A new opinion poll which shows that almost 70 per cent of people in Northern Ireland want a change in the law to allow same-sex marriage in the region.
Organisers of a march for marriage equality in Northern Ireland expect thousands of people to walk through central Belfast tomorrow to demand a change in the region's law.
Amnesty International has criticised a proposed change to Northern Ireland’s abortion law which could result in jail sentences for women and health professionals.
Amnesty International has welcomed the Yes vote in the referendum in the Republic of Ireland to allow civil marriage equality for same-sex couples.
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