|Ireland||IECA, Court of Appeal||2014||Ireland / Court of Appeal / No. 186/12 / The People at the Suit of the Director of Public Prosecutions v. Anthony Elders||Race||Third country nationals||This case relates to the previous conviction of an Irish man in the Circuit Court for criminal damage and assault on another man of perceived Asian descent following an argument among a number of people. In the course of the assault, racist language was used and the victim sustained lacerations to his face and damage to property. The case was an appeal brought by the appellant against the severity of a sentence of five years imprisonment for assault causing harm and criminal damage. The racist…||View more|
|Ireland||IECA, Court of Appeal||2016||Ireland / Court of Appeal / DU 580/14 / The People at the Suit of the Director of Public Prosecutions v. Aaron Shattock||Race||Third country nationals||This case relates to the conviction of a man for an assault on another man perceived to be a third country national or migrant following altercation in which the victim and his friend had been tainted with racist language. The assault resulted in the victim sustaining a serious injury to his eye resulting in loss of sight in that eye. The case was an appeal against the severity of a sentence of three and a half years imprisonment with the final eighteen months suspended for assault causing…||View more|
|Ireland||IECA, Court of Appeal||2016||Ireland / Court of Appeal / No. 162/15 / The People at the Suit of the Director of Public Prosecutions v. Kris Collins||Race||Migrants||This case relates to the previous conviction of a man of Irish descent for a sudden physical assault on a person perceived to be a foreign national. The assualt resulted in the victim suffering serious life-threatening head injuries and in need of surgery. This case was an appeal against the severity of a sentence of eight years imprisonment that was imposed on the appellant. The victim was a Kurdish born 24-year-old man, a Muslim, who had recently become an Irish citizen. While socialising,…||View more|
Ireland / Workplace Relations Commission. The Labour Court/ ADJ-00018001 CA-00023201-003;
SECTION 8A, UNFAIR DISMISSAL ACTS, 1977 TO 2015. PARTIES : TRINITY COLLEGE DUBLIN (REPRESENTED BY IRISH BUSINESS AND EMPLOYERS CONFEDERATION)- AND - MR ALI SELIM
(REPRESENTED BY IRISH FREDERATION OF UNIVERSITY TEACHERS).
|Religion||Muslims||This is an appeal by Ali Selim (the Appellant) against an Adjudication Officer’s Decision given under the Unfair Dismissals Act 1977 to 2015 (the Act) in a claim that he was unfairly dismissed by his former employer Trinity College Dublin (the Respondent). Dr Ali Selim, the Appellant, participated in a television programme on February 8th 2018. During the programme, Dr Selim spoke on the topic of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) and “exercised his right to express Islamic beliefs that were…||View more|
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