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Minority Religions Symposium Hosted by School of Law

The School of Law yesterday hosted a symposium entitled: ‘Minority Religions under Irish Law: Islam in National and International Context’. The event, which was organised by Dr Kathryn O’Sullivan, drew both national and international experts to discuss issues surrounding the accommodation or integration of minority religions in Ireland with a specific focus on the ever… Continue reading Minority Religions Symposium Hosted by School of Law

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Andrew Shorten delivers paper on the practice of religiously selective school admissions

Dr Andrew Shorten (Department of Politics and Public Administration) attended the European Consortium of Political Research’s Joint Sessions of Workshops in May 2017. Held at the University of Nottingham, the Joint Sessions are recognised as one of the major highlights of the world's political science calendar. Along with Jonathan Seglow (Royal Holloway, University of London),… Continue reading Andrew Shorten delivers paper on the practice of religiously selective school admissions