Irish Penal Reform Trust

IPRT Submissions

IPRT Submission to the Department of Justice on the Draft Youth Justice Strategy 2020-2026

30th June 2020

Adopting an evidence-informed approach, IPRT outlines four key areas of youth justice that should be reinforced or inserted into the Draft Youth Justice Strategy.

Irish prisons and COVID-19: Proposed Measures

30th April 2020

In this submission, IPRT sets out a number of proposed measures to be taken in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, in order to minimise its impact on the whole prison community.

IPRT Submission to the UN Committee against Torture: Information for List of Issues

27th January 2020

In this submission, IPRT outlines the progress made by Ireland on the 2017 Concluding Observations and further highlights a number of matters that might merit scrutiny during the next reporting cycle of the UN Committee against Torture.

IPRT Submission to the Joint Committee on Key Issues affecting the Traveller Community

6th August 2019

This short submission primarily focuses on mental health issues affecting Travellers in the prison system

IPRT Presentation to the Joint Committee on Spent Convictions

10th July 2019

IPRT appeared before the Joint Committee on Justice and Equality on Wednesday 10 July 2019 to give evidence as part of the Committee’s review of spent convictions legislation.

Parole Reform and the Parole Bill 2016

17th June 2019

IPRT makes recommendations on how the Prole Bill 2016 could be strengthened to achieve its goals of clarity, transparency and fairness.

Joint Submission to the Operational Review of Oberstown Detention Campus

31st May 2019

In December 2016, IPRT and four other NGOs concerned with the protection of the rights of children made a submission to the Operational Review of Oberstown outlining key operational issues from a children’s rights’ perspective.

IPRT Presentation to the Joint Committee on Justice and Equality on Bail (Amendment) Bill 2017

5th December 2018

IPRT appeared before the Committee to outline a number of concerns in relation to the proposed Bail (Amendment) Bill 2017.

IPRT Submission to the Value for Money and Policy Review of Prisoner Escort Services

29th November 2018

IPRT Submission to the Department of Justice and Equality Value for Money and Policy Review of Prisoner Escort Services in the Criminal Justice Sector, submitted March 2017.

IPRT Submission to the UNCAT on Ireland’s one year follow-up

23rd November 2018

The IPRT Submission to the UN Committee against Torture on Ireland’s one year follow-up to its second periodic report under UNCAT focuses on developments in respect of the ratification of OPCAT.

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