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Upcoming Conference on 'Poverty, Social Exclusion and the Law'

category national | miscellaneous | news report author Tuesday February 25, 2003 19:38author by Paul O'Connell - Connolly Youth Movementauthor email pmoconne at tcd dot ie Report this post to the editors

The Trinity College Branch of the Free Legal Advice Centres (FLAC) has organized a conference for March 8th around the title, “Poverty, Social Exclusion and the Law”. Speakers at the conference will deal with issues ranging from the interrelation of poverty with crime and educational disadvantage to the plight of travellers and refugees and the ideological content and function of law in modern bourgeois democracy. This conference will be of particular interest to those within Irish society concerned with tackling the cancer of social exclusion, so every organization and party should make an effort to be in attendance. The full details are below.

FLAC TCD presents:

‘POVERTY, SOCIAL EXCLUSION AND THE LAW’

Saturday, March 8th

Ed Burke Theatre, Arts Block
Trinity College Dublin

Conference Registration: 9.30am


Speakers:

Joan O’Flynn, Combat Poverty Agency
Cliona Hannon, Trinity Access Programme
Gerard Whyte, senior lecturer, Head of Trinity College Law School and author of Social Inclusion and the Legal system : public interest law in Ireland
Paul O’Mahoney, author and lecturer
Cabrini Gibbons, Irish refugee council
Davey Joyce, Irish Travellers Movement

Tickets:

Individuals: €30
NGO’s: €20
Students, OAP’s & the unwaged: €10

(Light lunch included)

All proceeds to FLAC, 49 south William street, Dublin 2

Make cheques payable to FLAC TCD
Send to Box 11, Regent House, Trinity College Dublin
No tickets will be sent, reserved names on list on the door
Or pay in cash or cheque on the door on the day

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