Ibrahim Halawa’s family has appointed an experienced legal team to represent him on all Irish and international law issues: solicitor Darragh Mackin at KRW Law, Belfast, and barristers Caoilfhionn Gallagher, Katie O’Byrne and Mark Wassouf of Doughty Street Chambers, London. The legal team says that there have been serious violations of Ibrahim Halawa’s rights […]Read More
Relatives for Justice (RFJ) has been an NGO delegate at the UN Human Rights Committee (UNHRC) in Geneva during its examination of the UK’s human rights record this week. RFJ has been represented at the meeting of the Panel by Niall Murphy, a member of the Board of Management, who is also a Solicitor Advocate […]Read More
Niall Murphy attends UN Human Rights Committee in Geneva on behalf of Relatives for Justice to make submissions in respect of the 7th Periodic report on UK compliance with international human rights obligations.
Relatives for Justice (RfJ) was established in 1991 by the relatives of people killed by British soldiers, members of the RUC and by loyalist paramilitary organisations in circumstances where collusion with state forces is suspected. Today Rfj’s holistic support and advocacy services extend to the bereaved and injured of all participants to the conflict. RFJ […]Read More