Blog Carnival-The Human Rights Implications of Budget 2010
HRiI is today, on International Human Rights Day 2009, hosting a blog carnival to give initial reactive assessment of the impact of Budget 2010 from a human rights perspective. As with our last blog carnival, I am using a Wordle to illustrate the main themes of the budget in a word cloud.
Posts from our regular contributors and from guest contributors will tease out the human rights impact of the budget in the areas of social security law; children’s rights; labour rights; the rights of migrants; women and Budget 2010; the rights of those who are disabled; the human rights and equality infrastructure within the State.
There is much analysis of Budget 2010 in the main Irish broadsheets (see here, here and here). RTE allows individuals to watch the budget statement in full. Tonight with Vincent Browne had an excellent post budget analysis programme last night. The focus of this show was on the people affected by Budget 2010 with interesting contributions from a wide range of persons.
We are always open to readers’ proposals for guest posts and blog events. You can send us a direct message via our facebook fan page or on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/humanrightsblog, or you can email any of the regular contributors.
I do hope you enjoy this blog carnival and hope that it adds a more human rights analysis to Budget 2010 than has to date been provided.
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- Children and the Law
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- Constitution of Ireland
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- Families and the Law
- Gender, Sexuality and the Law
- Guest Contributions
- Human Rights and the Economy
- Human Rights in the News
- Immigration and Asylum
- International Law/International Human Rights
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- Law, Culture and Religion
- Legislation and Law Reform
- Mental Health Law and Disability Law
- New Judgments and Cases to Watch
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- Publications and Reports
- Transitional Justice
- UK General Election 2010