LGBTQ+ Restorative Justice Campaign

Outhouse supports the work of the LGBTQ+ Restorative Justice Campaign. The LGBTQ+ Restorative Justice Campaign was established to support the work of the Department of Justice on a proposed scheme to exonerate those who were convicted under Ireland's anti-gay laws which were repealed in 1993.

The LGBTQ+ Restorative Justice Campaign seeks to commemorate and memorialise those who were directly impacted by the criminalising laws and to aims to build a deeper understanding of the histories and lives of LGBTQ+ people and communities in Ireland directly and indirectly impacted over the century since independence, with a restorative justice approach.

You can learn more about the LGBTQ+ Restorative Justice Campaign here.

Disregard and Redress: Restorative Justice for people impacted by Ireland’s anti-gay laws.

Publication date: 14 November 2022.

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