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1‘When you actually talk to them …’ –recognising and respecting cultural and religious diversity in Irish schools
2Recognising difference while promoting cohesion: the role of collaborative networks in education
3Tolerance, recognition and educational patronage: Ireland’s constitutional politics of school choice
4Traveller education: policy and practice in Northern Ireland
5Tolerance of religious and cultural diversity in Irish institutions: comparing hijabs in schools and turbans in the Garda reserve 1
6Minority and majority community integration in Northern Ireland: a matrix of tolerance
7Politics, professions and participation: immigrants in the Irish public sphere
8Academic ‘truth’ and the perpetuation of negative attitudes and intolerance towards Irish Travellers in contemporary Ireland
9Two wrongs don’t make a right: (in)tolerance and hate crime laws in Northern Ireland
10Prejudice and (in)tolerance in Ulster
11Acknowledging religious and cultural diversity in an antagonistic society: the challenge of Northern Ireland
12Taking intolerant liberalism seriously
13Toleration, respect and recognition in Northern Ireland
- Tolerance and Diversity In Ireland, North and South
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