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  1. Mental Health in Ireland: The Complete Guide for Patients, Families, Health Care Professionals and Everyone Who Wants to Be Well, by Brendan Kelly
    €29.95

    Written by one of Ireland’s leading psychiatrists, this book provides a clear overview of mental health, illness and well-being in Ireland

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  2. Travellers and the Settled Community: A Shared Future
    €26.95
    A unique collection of essays focusing of the Traveller voice, the Traveller perspective and the important light this sheds on Irish society. Learn More
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. Making Equality Count
    €18.95
    Examines international experience in measuring equality and discrimination and highlights good practice developed in Ireland to date. Learn More
  6. Inside Irish Aid: The Impulse to Help
    €19.95
    Compelling account of the Irish Aid programme for aid to the developing world Learn More
  7. Dispatches from the Developing World
    €18.95
    Winning and selected articles from the 2011 Concern Writing Competition Learn More
  8. Human Rights Education: Reflections on Theory and Practice
    €19.95
    Important contribution to current thinking and best practice in human rights education. Learn More
  9. Mr Secretary-General, Ladies and Gentlemen
    €16.95
    Winning student speeches on the UN's Millennium Development Goals Learn More
  10. Rape and Justice in Ireland
    €30.00
    A pioneering study sponsored by the Rape Crisis Network Ireland on why convictions for rape are so low in Ireland Learn More

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