Lunchtime Seminar with Fiona Hurley

Nov 15 2019 Posted: 14:25 GMT


Lunchtime Seminar 

"From casework to advocacy: Facilitating access to justice as an NGO" by Fiona Hurley, Policy and Communications Manager at Nasc 

Date: Wednesday, November 20th
Time: 1pm-2pm
Venue: Seminar Room, Irish Centre for Human Rights  

Nasc, the Irish word for ‘link’, empowers migrants to realise and fulfil their rights. Nasc works with migrants and refugees to advocate and lead for change within Ireland’s immigration and protection systems, to ensure fairness, access to justice and the protection of human rights. Nasc's goal is to realise the rights of all migrants and refugees within Irish society.


Fiona Hurley is the Policy and Communications Manager at Nasc. She holds a Bachelor of Law degree (BCL), a Masters in Laws (LLM) from University College Cork and a diploma in Leadership and Management. She has a particular interest in social justice and the protection of human rights and joined the Nasc team in 2010. Fiona worked for nine years in the Legal Service and most recently held the position of Legal Service Manager for 3 years. She has extensive experience in immigration and protection law as well as providing capacity building and training to organisations on immigration law and its intersection with housing, social welfare, education and health entitlements.


All welcome!