Publications - International Integration

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YearTypeReferenceTrinity Author(s)
2016Invited TalkFAAS, D., The Migration Challenge, Trinity Long Room Hub Consultation attended by leaders from the economic, public, professional, educational and cultural sectors of Ireland, 21 April, 2016, Trinity College Dublin  Faas D
2016Invited TalkMark Bell, Promoting diversity and inclusion through workplace adjustments: a practical guide, Promoting diversity and inclusion through workplace adjustments, Geneva, 2 December 2016, 2016, International Labour Organisation  Bell M
2016Invited TalkMark Bell, The Right to Non-Discrimination and European Law, Universita degli Studi di Genova, 8 November 2016, 2016  Bell M
2016MiscellaneousEtain Tannam, Academic witness submission to House of Lords Select Committee on Brexit, Ireland -UK relations, 2016, -  Tannam E
2016BroadcastINTERNATIONAL MEDIA: STOURTON, E., 'Is there appetite for social change in Ireland? What is the relationship between Church and State?', (21 February), London, BBC Radio 4, 2016, -  Faas D
2016BroadcastMary Rogan , 'The Syrian who did us all some service by suing the State" ', The Irish Times , 2016, -  Rogan M
2015Conference PaperMark Bell , EU Equality Law and Precarious Work, EU Anti-Discrimination Law: 15 Years After, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, 18 September 2015, 2015  Bell M
2015Conference PaperSokol, M., Financialisation, financial chains and uneven geographical development in Europe: Towards a research agenda, The 13th INFINITI Conference on International Finance, Ljubljana, Slovenia , 8-9 June 2015, 2015  Sokol M
2015Conference PaperSokol, M., Sustainability and the reconstruction of finance: A sceptical view, The13th INFINITI Conference on International Finance, Ljubljana, Slovenia, 8-9 June 2015, 2015  Sokol M
2015Conference PaperMark Bell, An Update on the Working Time Directive, ICEL Employment Law Conference, Dublin, 11 December 2015, 2015  Bell M
2015ReportNATIONAL MEDIA: MURRAY, N., 'Teachers need more help to make schools inclusive', Irish Examiner , 29 June , 2015  Faas D
2015ReportNATIONAL MEDIA: DONNELLY, K., 200 primary schools 'enough for non-religious parents', The Irish Independent, 15 October, 2015  Faas D
2015ReportDavid Fennelly, National Report on Free Movement of Persons, Co, July, 2015, p1 - 17  Fennelly D
2015ReportFrese, C., Roeder, A., and Ward, M, New Irish Families: Successes and Challenges in Heritage Language Acquisition for Second Generation Migrant Children, Dublin: Trinity College Dublin, 2015  Fulltext: Open Access  Ward M
2015ReportNATIONAL MEDIA: HUMPHREYS, J., Primary school teaching should include various faiths, study says, The Irish Times, 14 October, 2015  Faas D
2015ReportNATIONAL MEDIA: MURRAY, N., Promote religious pluralism in schools, Irish Examiner, 16 October, 2015  Faas D
2015ReportNATIONAL MEDIA: TRAYNOR, C., Religious education: 'I don't know anybody who teaches the RE requirement', The Irish Times, 9 November, 2015  Faas D
2015ReviewPeter Stone, Review of Globalization and Global Justice, by Nicole Hassoun , Ethical Theory and Moral Practice, 18, (2), 2015, p417-419   Stone P
2015Working PaperKaveh Majlesi, Gaia Narciso, International Import Competition and the Decision to Migrate: Evidence from Mexico, 2015  Narciso G
2015Working PaperGaia Narciso, Labour and migration in rural Vietnam, 2015  Narciso G

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