There are 49 PILA resources available. Showing items 11 - 20.

  1. Publication cover - Guide: Engagement with UN Special Procedures Mandate Holders
  2. Publication cover - Guide: Taking individual complaints to UN Treaty Bodies
  3. Publication cover - Effective Strategic Litigation
  4. Publication cover - Guide: Follow-Up to ICESCR Examination Jan2016
    Follow-Up guide to the ICESCR ExaminationIssued : January 2016Summary
  5. Publication cover - FLAC News 25 (4) Oct-Dec 2015
    FLAC News 25 (4) Oct-Dec 2015Issued : January 2016Contents:
  6. case-law-677940
    Case Summary: Irish Penal Reform Trust Limited & Ors –v- the Governor of Mountjoy Prison & Ors [2005] IEHC 305Issued : January 2016Standing granted to an NGO that was a sincere and good faith litigant with expertise in prisoners' rights, in a case raising constitutional issues regarding the treatment of psychiatrically ill prisoners.
    • case-law-677940
      Case Summary: The Society for the Protection of Unborn Children (Ireland) Limited –v- Diarmuid Coogan & Ors, Defendants [1988] IR 734 Issued : January 2016Standing granted to an NGO with good faith interest in the life of the unborn and where there could not be a victim to sue in respect of that right.
      • case-law-677940
        Case Summary: R (ex parte National Federation of Self-Employed and Small Businesses Limited) –v- Commissioners of Inland Revenue [1981] UKHL 2Issued : January 2016Standing refused to representative body on the basis of insufficient interest.
        • case-law-677940
          Case Summary: R (on the application of Greenpeace Ltd) -v- Inspectorate of Pollution & Anor. (No 2) [1994] 4 All ER 329 Issued : January 2016Standing granted to an NGO to judicially review a decision to authorise discharge of radioactive waste, on the basis of genuine and good faith concern in the environment and internationally recognised expertise.
          • case-law-677940
            Case Summary: Cahill –v- Sutton [1972] IR 269Issued : January 2016Standing refused where constitutionality of the statute of limitations was challenged, but Plaintiff not directly affected.

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