Irish Penal Reform Trust


The Irish Penal Reform Trust hosts a number of events throughout the year, including the launches of new publications, consultations, campaign events, and our AGM.

Launch: Out on the Inside

2nd February 2016

IPRT launched a new report on the rights, needs and experiences of LGBT people in prison in Ireland on Tuesday 2nd February 2016 in the Wood Quay Venue, Christchurch, Dublin 8.

IPRT Conference: Securing Accountability

27th November 2015

Ensuring Ireland both meets and exceeds our obligations to protect human rights behind prison walls.

Law Seminar: Bail Reform ~ Rights and Risks

28th October 2015

IPRT and ICBA are delighted to announce a seminar on Bail Reform on 11th of November 2015 in the Jury Assembly Room of the Criminal Courts of Justice.

President Higgins hosts reception at Áras an Uachtaráin for IPRT

18th September 2015

President of Ireland Michael D. Higgins today marked the work of the Irish Penal Reform Trust (IPRT) at a special reception at Áras an Uachtaráin on the occasion of the organisation’s 21st birthday year.

Talking about prison work

23rd June 2015

The Irish Prison Service College and Dublin Institute of Technology School of Languages, Law and Social Sciences are delighted to host a half-day conference on 23 June 2015 on prison staff research, supported by the Irish Research Council.

DIT Lecture: Addressing the Ageing Crisis in Criminal Justice Healthcare

8th June 2015

Speaker: Dr. Brie Williams, University of California, San Francisco

Liam Minihan Memorial Lecture: “Protecting the Human Rights of Prisoners”

14th May 2015

Professor Michael O’Flaherty, Chairperson of IPRT, will deliver the 13th Liam Minihan Memorial Lecture, which is organised by the Irish Prison Education Association (IPEA).

Turnaround Youth - Launch

12th May 2015

IPRT launched our Turnaround Youth Project and Report on Tuesday 12th May 2015 in the Irish Film Institute, Dublin 2.

Children's Rights Behind Bars: Where are we now?

11th December 2014

This seminar explores whether Ireland's children detention system is meeting its goal as model, particularly in the area of monitoring and complaints. A national report on monitoring complaints mechanisms in places where children are detained was launched at the event.

UCC: Changing Mindsets, Changing Minds: Conference on the Rights of Children of Offenders

5th December 2014

UCC School of Law are hosting a one day international Conference of an interdisciplinary nature highlighting the rights of children affected by family imprisonment.

Respect for rights in the penal system with prison as a last resort.



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