ILDC clarifies its position

The Irish Law & Democracy Committee

                  The Irish Law & Democracy Committee 

We, the Irish Law & Democracy Committee (ILDC) would like to take this opportunity to respond to a number of assertions that have been made in regard to our Committee in recent days.


Scurrilous and outlandish allegations have been made by Nelson McCausland MLA in respect of our Committee’s human rights activities.


Our Committee wish to set the record straight.


The ILDC was established by a group of Queens University Law students in September 2010, who came together as a result of a shared concern over current failures in fundamental legal rights and freedoms. The membership of the society is open to all with an interest in law, human rights issues and democratic governance, and now consists of a number of legal professionals and human rights advocates of some considerable standing.


We are a broad based human rights…

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