Impunity in Northern Ireland

Investigating human rights violations in the Northern Ireland conflict: has there been impunity?

Speaker: Daniel Holder

Deputy Director, Committee on the Administration of Justice

Chair: Colin Harvey

Queen’s University Belfast

Tuesday 21st April 2015, 13.00- 14.00

27 University Square, Room 101, QUB

Daniel Holder has been employed as the Deputy Director of CAJ since 2011. Prior to this he worked in the policy team of the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission for five years, and before that he led a migrant worker equality project run by the NGO the South Tyrone Empowerment Programme and Dungannon Council. He previously worked in Havana, Cuba as a language professional for the University of Havana, press agency Prensa Latina and national broadcaster, ICRT. He has a primary degree in Spanish and Sociology and an LLM in Human Rights   Law, both from Queen’s University.

The CAJ Report ’The Apparatus of Impunity? – Human rights violations and the Northern Ireland conflict: a narrative of official limitations on post-Agreement investigative mechanisms’ was published in January 2015 and is available at:


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