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Governance and Rule of Law: Professional Fellows Exchange, Engaging Youth

Boston, Massachusetts & Washington, D.C.: April 30th - June 7th, 2014

13 professionals in the fields of law enforcement, youth justice, and law have been selected to engage with their American counterparts during a month long fellowship on the American practices of good governance and the rule of law.

Group photo at JFK Building in Boston

 

Ms. Tara Caul, Head of Legal Services Office in the Northern Ireland Assembly, will be working with the Office of Senate Counsel.

Mr. Stephen Donaldson, Senior Public Prosecutor for the Public Prosecution Service of Northern Ireland, will be working with the Juvenile Court for Commonwealth.

Ms. Ashling Golden, Youth Justice Worker with SWAN Garda Youth Diversion Project, will be working with ROCA.

Ms. Mairead Healy, Executive Director of Future Voices of Ireland/Clubs for Young People of Northern Ireland, will be working with with Hull Lifesaving Museum Maritime Apprentice Program.

Mr. Peter Luney, Head of Court Operations for Northern Ireland Courts & Tribunal Services, will be working with the Juvenile Court for Commonwealth.

Ms. Maura McCallion, Division Head for the Attorney General for Northern Ireland, will be working with the Office of Massachusetts Attorney General, Civil Rights Division.

Ms. Karen McMillan, Principal Legal Advisor in Solicitor's Office of Northern Ireland, will be working with the Juvenile Court for Commonwealth.

Sergeant Yvonne Murphy, Sergeant in An Garda Síochána, will be working with the Boston Police Department.

Mr. Sean O'Neill, Public Prosecutor for the Public Prosecution Service of Northern Ireland, will be working with the Committee for Public Counsel Services.

Sergeant Gavin O'Reilly, Sergent in An Garda Síochána, will be working with the Boston Police Department.

Ms. Síle Rooney, Barrister-at-law in private practice will be working at the Children's Law Center of Massachusetts.

Ms. Rebecca Rowan, Constable in the Police Service of Northern Ireland, will be working with the Boston Police Department.

Mr. Ciarán Shannon, Head of Policy and Good Relations for Groundwork Northern Ireland will be working with Groundwork Somerville.

 

The programme is sponsored by the Irish Institute at the Center for Irish Programmes, Boston College, and the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.