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  • School of Social Sciences and Philosophy students win Student Blog Competition
    Congratulations to Alexandra Trant (PPES), Annabel Pidgeon (PPES) and Philip Callan (BESS) who were awarded first, second and third place respectively in Trinity’s first Careers Advisory Service student blog competition.
  • Anne Holohan Awarded H2020 Funding for Project
    Dr Anne Holohan is Coordinator of a €2m H2020 project 'Gaming for Peace', building an online role-playing game to train personnel in Conflict Prevention and Peacebuilding missions. The project will build a base curriculum and embed it in the game to provide a learning experience in the soft skills of communication, cooperation, gender awareness and cultural competency.
  • Restrict free markets and other freedoms may be curtailed
    Economics Professor John O’Hagan Examines Restriction of Free Markets In a recent Irish Times article Prof O’Hagan argues that free choice in the market should be abandoned only in the most compelling of cases and that once you start to restrict what people can buy other freedoms may be curtailed.

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Last updated 4 February 2016 School Administrator (Email).