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Please find attached exciting job placements available at PILAC for your consideration.

 Research Assistant

 Call For Volunteer Lawyers

 Communication Asssistant

 M & E Officer



DGF contract signing

On the 23rd April 2018, PILAC signed a contract with the Democratic Government Facility (DGF) under which DGF will continue funding the legal aid and student activities of the clinic. The new grant will also see PILAC work with partner Universities to introduce the clinic model in Legal education, This is in addition to a student mentorship program to promote public interest lawyering in legal practice.

Centre for Disability Law and Policy

LL.M in International and Comparative Disability Law and Policy
students in 2017 visiting the European Parliament.

LL.M in International and Comparative Disability Law and Policy
Are you a final year student, practitioner, social care worker or
disability activist?

Are you interested in disability, human rights, social care, advocacy,
social justice, inclusion or equality?

The LL.M. in International and Comparative Disability Law and Policy
offers students an innovative and internationally focused programme
dealing with the process of law reform and policy in the field of
disability. This area of law is undergoing significant changes as a
result of introduction of the United Nations Convention on the Rights
of Persons with Disabilities.

Join us at our information evening on Thursday, 15th February 2018 in
the Institute for Lifecourse and Society, NUI Galway to hear more
about our unique LL.M.

We will have an information desk with staff and students from the CDLP
from 5 - 7PM and Dr. Eilionóir Flynn, Director of the Centre for
Disability Law and Dr. Ioanna Tourkochoriti LLM Programme Director,
will give an overview of the programme from 5.30 - 6PM.

February 2018
Institute for Lifecourse and Society, NUI Galway (next to the Park and
Ride car park)
Register now via Eventbrite
View our LL.M Brochure


*Peace, Security and Development Fellowship for African Scholars*

The ALC is pleased to announce a call for applications for the Peace,
Security and Development Fellowships for African Scholars starting in
September 2018. This Fellowship programme is designed to expose junior
African scholars to the complexities of security and development issues
facing the African continent.

The Fellowship covers an 18-month period, comprising a rigorous training
and research programme on peace, security and development, which includes a
12-Month MSc programme at King’s College London and a six-month attachment
to an African University to undertake an independent research project.

*Download the Call for Applications here*


The ALC is pleased to announce a call for applications for the Peace and
Security Fellowship for African Women for 2018/2019. The Peace and Security
Fellowship Programme for African Women is designed to expose professional
African women at the early stages of their careers to the complexities of
conflict, security and development.

The Fellowships bring together a cohort of African women to undertake a
carefully designed training programme in conflict, security and
development. This Fellowship is an intellectual and financial award to
those who are able to portray convincing demonstrable or potential capacity
to bring about intellectual, policy or other change in their field. The
Fellowship is a postgraduate non-degree programme, and does not lead to an
academic qualification.
*Download the Call for Applications here*

 New muk innovation exhibition

PILAC under the school of Law show cased at the Makerere University innovations exhibition that took
place on 30 th Jan 2018 during the opening of the French Chapter, at the Freedom square of Makerere
University. During this exhibition, the community learnt about PILAC activities, such as, CLE, Legal Aid,
CLAPMOC among others.

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