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Nougier, Marie and Cots Fernández, Adria and Putri, Dania (2021) Taking stock of half a decade of drug policy - an evaluation of UNGASS implementation. London: International Drug Policy Consortium.

Rigoni, Rafaela and Tammi, Tuukka and van der Gouwe, Daan and Schatz, Eberhard (2021) Harm reduction in Europe: a framework for civil society-led monitoring. Harm Reduction Journal , 18 , (1) , p. 3.

[Hot Press] , Clark, Stuart The Irish Council for Civil Liberties call for urgent drug policy review. (16 Jun 2020)

Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission. (2020) Irish Human Rights & Equality Commission annual report 2019. Dublin: Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission.

Dillon, Lucy (2020) Guidance on human rights for health and social care services in Ireland. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 73, Spring 2020 , p. 5.

Dillon, Lucy (2020) Ireland and the human rights of people who use drugs. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 73, Spring 2020 , pp. 3-4.

Pompidou Group. (2020) Human rights and people who use drugs in the Mediterranean region: current situation in 17 MedNET countries. Strasbourg: Council of Europe.

UNAIDS. (2020) Rights in the time of COVID-19. Lessons from HIV for an effective, community-led response. Geneva: UNAIDS.

Committee on Legal Affairs and Human Rights. Bardell, Hannah (2020) Drug policy and human rights in Europe: a baseline study. Brussels: Parliamentary Assembly, Council of Europe.

Sarosi, Peter and van Dam, Anke and Fulga, Valeria (2020) Assessment report & literature review - meaningful civil society involvement in the area of drug policy in Europe. Amsterdam: De Regenboog Groep; Correlation-European Harm Reduction Network.

European Committee of Social Rights. (2020) European Committee of Social Rights activity report 2018. Strasbourg: Council of Europe.

Healy, Richard (2019) Service user perspectives of Irish drug policy: toward the development of a human rights based approach. PhD thesis, Maynooth University.

Service User Rights in Action (SURIA). (2019) Voices of the silenced and the ignored - an analysis by the Service Users Rights in Action Group. In: Does it only happen to me? Living in the shadows of socio-economic discrimination. Dublin: ATD Ireland .

Lyons, Suzi (2019) Second National Intracultural Health Strategy 2018–2023. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 70, Summer 2019 , pp. 23-24.

Dillon, Lucy (2019) Civil society involvement in policymaking. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 69, Spring 2019 , pp. 9-10.

Keane, Marcus and Crook, Lauren and Vieru, Catalina (2019) CSIDP: Ireland national action plan report. Dublin: Ana Liffey Drug Project.

International Network of People who Use Drugs. (2019) Chemsex: a case study of drug-userphobia. London: INPUD.

Ronconi, Susanna and Casmaro, Lello and Keane, Marcus and Castro, Diana and Košir, Matej and Lyubenova, Anna and Perez Gayo, Roberto (2018) Civil society Involvement in drug policy: good practice collection. Amsterdam: De Regenboog Groep / Correlation Network.

Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission. (2017) Ireland and the Convention Against Torture. Submission to the United Nations Committee against Torture on Ireland’s second periodic report. Dublin: Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission.

Co-operation Group to Combat Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking in Drugs (Pompidou Group). (2017) Policy paper on government interaction with civil society on drug policy issues: principles, ways and means, opportunities and challenges. Strasbourg: Council of Europe.

[RTE News] Human rights groups alarmed over extrajudicial killings in Philippines crackdown. (17 Aug 2016)

Dillon, Lucy (2016) Human rights, equality and the National Drugs Strategy. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 58, Summer 2016 , p. 9.

Pike, Brigid (2016) Human rights and drug policy – international perspectives. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 58, Summer 2016 , pp. 8-9.

Pike, Brigid (2016) Drug users’ human rights. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 58, Summer 2016 , pp. 6-7.

Pike, Brigid (2016) What are human rights? Drugnet ireland , Issue 58, Summer 2016 , pp. 5-6.

Irish Congress of trade unions. (2012) Guidelines for negotiators workplace drug & alcohol policies. Dublin: Irish Congress of Trade Unions.

McCord, John and Irwin, Tracy and Martynowicz, Agnieszka (2012) Reviewing the provision of education for young people in detention: rights, research and reflections on policy and practice. Galway: Children and Youth Programme.

O’Connor, Una and Kinlen, Louise and Horgan, Goretti and McCord, John and Keenaghan, Celia (2012) Understanding policy development and implementation for children and young people. Galway: Children and Youth Programme.

Kennan, Danielle and Keenaghan, Celia and O'Connor, Una and Kinlen, Louise and McCord, John (2011) A rights–based approach to monitoring children and young people’s well–being. Galway: Children and Youth Programme.

Children's Rights Alliance. (2011) Report card 2011. Dublin: Children's Rights Alliance.

Sepúlveda Carmona, Magdalena (2011) Report of the independent expert on the question of human rights and extreme poverty in Ireland. Geneva: United Nation Human Rights Council.

Ombudsman for Children’s Office. (2011) Ombudsman for Children’s annual report 2010. Dublin: Ombudsman for Children’s Office.

Stoicescu, Claudia and Cook, Catherine (2011) Harm reduction in Europe: mapping coverage and civil society advocacy. London: European Harm Reduction Network.

Government of Ireland. (2011) National report submitted in accordance with paragraph 15 (a) of the annex to Human Rights Council resolution 5/1. Ireland. Geneva: United Nations.

Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights. (2011) Compilation prepared by the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights in accordance with paragraph 15 (b) of the annex to Human Rights Council resolution 5/1. Ireland. Geneva: United Nations.

Committee against Torture. (2010) Consideration of reports submitted by States parties under article 19 of the Convention: Initial periodic report of states parties due in 2003, Ireland, 23 July 2009. CAT/C/IRL/1. Geneva: Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights.

McSherry, Bernadette and Walker, Penelope, eds. (2010) Rethinking rights-based mental health laws. Oxford: Hart .

Oriola, Taiwo A (2009) Ethical and legal analyses of policy prohibiting tobacco smoking in enclosed public spaces. The Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics , 37 , (4) , pp. 828-840.

European Ombudsman. (2009) European Ombudsman annual report 2008. Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities.

Pike, Brigid (2008) Human rights and illicit drugs policy. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 27, Autumn 2008 , pp. 11-12.

Pike, Brigid (2007) Civil society joins international debate on drug controls. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 22, Summer 2007 , p. 3.

Kilkelly, Ursula (2007) Barriers to the realisation of children’s rights in Ireland. Cork: Ombudsman for Children’s Office.

European Ombudsman. (2006) European Ombudsman annual report 2005. Executive summary and statistics. Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities.

Kilcommins, Shane (2005) Risk in Irish society: moving to a crime control model of criminal justice. Irish Probation Journal , 2 , (1) , pp. 20-34.

McNicholas, WT (2004) Controlling passive smoking through legislation in Ireland: an attack on civil liberty or good public health policy? European Respiratory Journal , 24 , (3) , pp. 337-338.

Crowley, Fiona (2003) Mental illness: the neglected quarter. Dublin: Amnesty International, Irish Section.

A & L Goodbody. (2003) A practical guide to data protection law in Ireland. Dublin: Round Hall .

Harvey, Harold D and Fleming, Paul and Patterson, Michael (2002) Ethical dilemmas and human rights considerations arising from the evaluation of a smoking policy in a health promoting setting. International Journal of Environmental Health Research , 12 , (3) .

Gruskin, Sofia and Plafker, Karen and Smith-Estelle, Allison (2001) Understanding and responding to youth substance use: the contribution of a health and human rights framework. American Journal of Public Health , 91 , (12) , pp. 1954-1963.

Regan, Eugene, ed. (2000) The third new pillar: cooperation against crime in the European Union. Dublin: Institute of European Affairs .

Yeates, Nicola (1995) Social exclusion, social rights and citizenship: the contribution of a social rights perspective to combatting poverty and social exclusion. Dublin: Combat Poverty Agency.

Bakalar, James B and Grinspoon, Lester (1984) Drug control in a free society. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press .

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