Twenty-two years after the Belfast/Good Friday Agreement, the implementation of a Bill of Rights is still outstanding, and the recent Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted further the need to help protect and provide for those who are vulnerable in society. A Bill of Rights would provide a safety net for everyone in our society, so that if or when things go wrong, there is a mechanism in place to provide support.
NICVA are signatories to the recent letter sent to the First and Deputy First Minister calling for the commitment to the delivery of a Bill of Rights for Northern Ireland (see video below).
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