Updates from TJI

Transitional Justice Institute updates.


Amnesty a line in the sand?

Prof Brandon Hamber writes on statute of limitations proposal.

16 July 2021

Welcome to the Team Ciara Fitzpatrick

Dr Ciara Fitzpatrick joins our team.

1 July 2021

Dr Selbi Durdiyeva

Congratulations to Dr Selbi Durdiyeva on her PhD viva on 30 June 2021!

1 July 2021

Law, Democracy and the European Court of Human Rights

Book Launch of Rory O'Connell's new book 'Law, Democracy and the European Court of Human Rights' (Cambridge 2020).

28 June 2021

Hidden barriers and divisive architecture

Article by David Coyles, Brandon Hamber, and Adrian Grant

25 June 2021

Polling on a Bill of Rights

Research project with Dr Anne Smith and Prof Colin Harvey

25 June 2021

Standardisation of Transitional Justice: Consolidation, Innovation and Politics - New four-year grant

We are delighted at TJI to be part of a major new four-year research project funded by ‘Danmarks Frie Forskningsfond’ (Independent Research Fund Denmark): ‘Standardisation of Transitional Justice: Consolidation, Innovation and Politics’.

21 June 2021

The Law and Practice of Peacekeeping: Foregrounding Human Rights

New book by Rosa Freedman, Nicholas Lemay-Hébert and Siobhán Wills

11 June 2021

Washington Ireland Program Class of 2021

PhD Researcher Leah Rea has been awarded a place on the Washington Ireland Program Class of 2021.

9 June 2021

Discretionary Support review independent panel

Prof Grainne McKeever and Dr Ciara Fitzpatrick have been appointed by to a panel to review Discretionary Support.

7 June 2021

Professor Grainne McKeever appointed Chair of Discretionary Support Review

The expert panel will review the Discretionary Support scheme which provides financial support to individuals in crisis situations.

7 June 2021

Virtual Events - Enforced Disappearances in Latin America

In May, Prof Cath Collins took part in a range of virtual events connected with her Open Society supported research on enforced disappearances in Latin America.

1 June 2021

Liberians have been promised that justice is still possible

Interview with Aaron Weah

29 April 2021

Ireland, Colonialism and the Unfinished Revolution

New book by Robbie McVeigh and Bill Rolston

19 April 2021

NI Human Rights Festival 2018

We are pleased to share the programme for the Northern Ireland Human Rights Festival 2018.

14 April 2021

Ulster Researchers at the Socio-Legal Studies Association Conference 2021, Cardiff University

Researchers from the School of Law, Ulster University Law Clinic and the Transitional Justice Institute presented their research at the annual Socio-Legal Studies Association annual conference, which this year was hosted entirely online by Cardiff

2 April 2021

Ulster University selected to host Socio-Legal Studies Association Conference in 2023

Ulster University has secured the hosting of the Annual Socio-Legal Studies Association (SLSA) Conference in 2023, at the Magee campus from 4-6 April 2023.

2 March 2021

Ireland and the United Nations Security Council: What can be achieved for Peace and Security?

The Irish Peace and Conflict Network, which includes the Transitional Justice I, hosted a panel discussion on Tuesday, 2 February 2021, which explored what success and impact in relation to peace and conflict would look like for Ireland during

5 February 2021

Scholars at Risk Annual Report Free to Think 2020

Video now available.

22 January 2021