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  • Concluding Observations

    David Begg

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    I propose to offer some observations on the themes raised in the other papers, based on my own experience as a labour market practitioner over many years. Christian ethics has never been an abstract concept in industrial relations in Ireland.

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  • Confronting the Past for the Sake of the Future

    Séamus Murphy SJ

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    The 1998 Good Friday or Belfast Agreement outlined structures of power-sharing in Northern Ireland and supporting roles for the British and Irish governments. It also contained something new in Irish history, namely, a commitment by unionist and nationalist representatives to the following principles:

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  • COVID-19 Lockdowns and the Right to Education in Ireland

    Alan Brady and James Rooney

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    In January 2021, the Minister for Education ordered all schools – including special schools – closed, in response to the third, and, so far, most extreme, wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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  • COVID-19: Law and Human Rights: Foreword

    Conor Casey and Oran Doyle

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    In June 2020, the Law School at Trinity College Dublin established the COVID-19 Law and Human Rights Observatory to explain, analyse and critique Ireland’s legal response to COVID-19.

    We are honoured to have been asked to contribute to this volume of Studies, highlighting some of the principal themes that have animated our work over the past twenty months.

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  • Daniel O’Connell and Alfred Elmore’s Martyrdom of Thomas à Becket

    Caoimhín de Bhailís

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    Caoimhín de Bhailís

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  • Democracy in Crisis

    Thomas N Mitchell

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    Democracy in Crisis

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  • Democracy – Merits, Limitations, Alternatives

    Martin Mansergh

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    Democracy – Merits,  Limitations, Alternatives

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  • Democratic Backsliding and the Unravelling of the EU Legal Order

    Ronan McCrea

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    The political world of the EU has often been accused of being a Potemkin village. It had a flag, a parliament and elections, but behind this façade the voters were not really engaged. This has fueled a tendency to easily perceive existential crises for the Union.

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  • Developing IBVM (Loreto) Archives Across the Globe

    Aine McHugh

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    Aine McHugh

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  • Direct Provision in a Time of Pandemic

    Patricia Brazil

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    Direct provision was introduced in April 2000 as a system for meeting the basic welfare needs of asylum seekers by providing full bed and board in designated accommodation units and a weekly financial payment of €19.10 per adult and €9.60 per child.

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  • Documentary Sources for Magdalen History and the Challenges

    Jacinta Prunty

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    Jacinta Prunty

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  • Doing the Truth- The Life and Religious Vision of Enda McDonagh

    Linda Hogan

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    With the passing of Enda McDonagh in February 2021 Ireland lost one of its most original and important theologians. The second half of the twentieth century saw a flowering of theological creativity in Ireland, as around the world, and in this context Enda’s brilliance shone through.

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