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This paper will discuss four themes. The first concerns judicial discussions of conditions of detention, secondly I will examine the development of the principles of procedural fairness in decisions on the use of separation or isolation of prisoners. I will then move to look at issues concerning foreign prisoners, and say a few words about conditions of detention in the immigration context. Finally, I will explore some of the barriers to a greater role for the Irish courts in the area of conditions of detention. I will speak from the experiences drawn from my research, but also from legal practice.
Rogan, M. (2014). Judicial conception of prisoners' right in Ireland: an emerging field. Academy of European Law, 'Improving Conditions Related to Detention', Council of Europe, Strasbourg, November 6-7.
Irish Research Council