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25th April 2022
Highlights in this edition include an announcement of IPRT's new Executive Director and a final reminder to register for an upcoming report launch.
10th February 2022
Highlights in this edition include: recruitment for IPRT's next Executive Director; a round-up of the launch of Progress in the Penal System (2021); recent IPRT submissions; and more.
23rd December 2021
This short edition of the Ebulletin contains an end-of-year message and an important announcement from IPRT’s Executive Director.
15th November 2021
Highlights in this edition include: a round-up of our recent seminar on sentencing; IPRT's engagement with the Joint Committee on Key Issues affecting the Traveller Community; updates on recommendations IPRT helped to secure from a UN body; updates and opportunities in the sector; and much more!
4th August 2021
We have plenty of updates on issues including: our most recent report launch; a new member of the IPRT team; updates on spent convictions reform; a *new* All-Party Oireachtas Group on Penal Reform; accountability in prisons; and COVID-19.
1st April 2021
Highlights in this edition include: updates on recent events (in case you missed them), a short round-up of recent publications, our recent submissions, insights from a new 'guest corner' and more.
22nd December 2020
Highlights in this edition include: an end of year message on what we have achieved, despite the challenges we have faced; 'save the date' for the launch of PIPS 2020; details of a new project; reflections on the CPT report; update on spent convictions consultation; and some recent publications and media.
21st September 2020
Highlights in this edition include: IPRT’s achievements over the past 12 months; results of our families of prisoners survey; the first meeting of our Children and Families Network; and IPRT’s response to recent justice-related publications.
17th July 2020
Highlights in this edition include: the new Government’s commitments on penal reform, recommencement of physical visits to prisons, a blog penned by IPRT, a recent webinar on torture prevention, important publications, some of the stories you might have missed in the media, and an opportunity to influence how the criminal justice system functions.
21st May 2020
Highlights in this edition include: COVID-19 and prisons, IPRT's work on COVID-19, how you can help inform a new youth justice strategy, a recent webinar on detention monitoring, and information on a new project.