Irish Council for Civil Liberties - ICCLActors & Projects map
- The Irish Council for Civil Liberties (ICCL), founded in 1976, is Ireland’s leading independent human rights campaigning organisation. It monitors, educates and campaigns to secure human rights for everyone in Ireland. In particular, it monitors government policy as well as legislation to make sure that it complies with international standards and speaks out when it does not. Activities include original research on a diverse range of human rights issues, such as police reform and judicial accountability as well as the running of campaigns to raise public and political awareness while working closely with other key stakeholders.
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