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Book Review: Alison Mawhinney, Freedom of Religion and Schools: The Case of Ireland (2009)

Dr Conor O’Mahony Volume 1 Issue 1 Book Review

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Managerialism in Irish Universities

Professor Steve Hedley Volume 1 Issue 1 Article 3 “Managerialism” is a term often used in relation to modern universities, sometimes as a neutral description of certain organisational techniques, sometimes as a pejorative expression. This article has three goals. Firstly, … Continue reading

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The Constitution and the Protestant Schools cuts Controversy: Seeing the Wood for the Trees

Eoin Daly Volume 1 Issue 1 Article 2_ The recent withdrawal of special financial arrangements for Protestant secondary schools provoked a great deal of polemic surrounding the accommodation of minority religions within Ireland’s peculiar model of patronage in education.

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