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Against violence in Ireland

Des Wilson

Against violence in Ireland

talks to American groups working for democracy in Ireland and a Submission to theNew Ireland Forum.

by Des Wilson

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Published in Belfast (The Author .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination45p. ;
Number of Pages45
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violence in Ireland Elder abuse 19 Reporting and disclosing the violence 20 Informal support 22 Violence and isolation in communities 23 Conclusions and organisation of the report 24 Chapter Two: Methodology 27 Introduction and background 27 Sources of data A government that seems to actively hate health and science, an economy ruled by a handful of lying billionaires, and continued state-sanctioned violence against Black people have ushered in a.

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