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  1. Happy Nation? Prospects for Ireland's Psychological Prosperity
    €9.95

    Is it possible to design our society -- and economy -- as though people and their happiness mattered?

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  2. Women Returning to Employment, Education and Training
    €18.50
    Published in association with the ESRI. In-depth study of the experiences of women returning to employment or education in Ireland. Learn More
  3. Inter-ethnic Relations among Children in Ireland
    €18.95
    In their own words, children in this book help us to understand some of the key challenges facing the first generation of multi-cultural Ireland. Learn More
  4. Making Equality Count
    €18.95
    Examines international experience in measuring equality and discrimination and highlights good practice developed in Ireland to date. Learn More
  5. Inside Irish Aid: The Impulse to Help
    €19.95
    Compelling account of the Irish Aid programme for aid to the developing world Learn More
  6. Peter Paul Galligan: "One of the Most Dangerous Men in the Rebel Movement"

    Starting at: €16.95

    Fascinating biography of little known hero of the 1916 Easter Rising Learn More
  7. Galway
    €19.95
    Beautifully illustrated look at one of Ireland's most popular cities Learn More
  8. Secrets of the State
    €17.95
    The first practical guide on how to use the Freedom of Information Act Learn More
  9. Dispatches from the Developing World
    €18.95
    Winning and selected articles from the 2011 Concern Writing Competition Learn More
  10. Transforming Ireland, 2011-2016

    Regular Price: €22.95

    Special Price €19.95

    Essays from the 2011 MacGill Summer School on building a healthy, modern, caring democracy in the next five years Learn More

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