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Useful Links

The UPR page of the website of the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights. Contains useful background information on UPR, as well as the National Reports, compilations of United Nations information, and summaries of stakeholder information upon which previous States’ reviews have been based.

UPR Info is an NGO based in Geneva. The website contains all available documentation on the UPR process, including National and NGO reports, compilations of United Nations information, summaries of each review, reports of the UPR Working Groups, final outcomes with recommendations, webcasts of the UPR sessions, press statements by NGOs, and analyses by UPR Info and other NGOs. Detailed explanations on how NGOs can engage in the UPR process are also available.

The UPR page of the website of the International Service for Human Rights, an NGO that works to support the work of human rights defenders (HRDs) within the United Nations system and regional human rights systems. This page contains further background information on the UPR process, advice to NGOs on how they can participate in UPR, as well as updates and reports on individual reviews.

The Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission's purpose as Ireland’s independent, national human rights and equality institution is to protect and promote human rights and equality in Ireland.

Links to all Irish Government Departments.

The Irish Council for Civil Liberties (ICCL) is coordinating a civil society contribution to Ireland’s review.  


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