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  • 1.   Children's rights: A cross-border study of residential care

    This study describes findings from a six-month exploratory study which examined children's rights through the personal experiences of those involved in the residential care system on both sides of the Irish border

    Irish Journal of Psychology, Vol: 27 Page: 88-96 2006
    Wendy Cousins; Sharon Milner

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  • 2.   Doolin Memorial Lecture 2007: Fergus Finlay, chief executive, Barnardos: Are all the children of Ireland equal?

    This article discusses the subject "Are all children of Ireland equal" Fergus Finlay, chief executive, Barnardos

    Ir Med J, Vol: 100 Page: 612-3 2007 Nov-Dec
    J. F. Murphy

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  • 3.   Gaining young people's perspectives

    This article discusses a review of young people in the United Kingdom and Ireland who feel marginalised

    Support for Learning, Vol: 19 Page: 154-154 2004
    Peter Gray; Louca-Mai Wilson

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  • 4.   Review of Mother and child: Maternity and child welfare in Dublin, 1922-60

    Book Review: Mother and child: Maternity and child welfare in Dublin,

    Journal of Gender Studies, Vol: 17 Page: 177-179 2008
    Myrtle Hill

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