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Katherine O'Donnell has been seeking justice for the women and children abused in and by Irish institutions

Katherine O'Donnell has been seeking justice for the women and children abused in and by Irish institutions

Collection of essays in Redress

Collection of essays in Redress

Maeve O'Rourke explores how the law is implicated in the failure to vindicate rights

Maeve O'Rourke explores how the law is implicated in the failure to vindicate rights

James M Smith. Photo: Lee Pellegrini

James M Smith. Photo: Lee Pellegrini

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Katherine O'Donnell has been seeking justice for the women and children abused in and by Irish institutions

Redress: Ireland's Institutions and Transitional Justice Edited by Katherine O’Donnell, Maeve O’Rourke and James M Smith UCD Press, €25

In the interests of transparency, I need to start by noting I am a member of the board of UCD Press which published Redress: Ireland’s Institutions and Transitional Justice. However, I can take no credit for this wonderful volume of collaborative and humanist scholarship.


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