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The great Irish famine: Words and images from the Famine

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Language: English

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Policy paralysis seems to have been the response to date to Ireland’s urgent jobs crisis however a plan is needed now if Ireland is to avoid the structural unemployment experienced in the early 1990s. We strive to have an organization which values the needs of our customers, the contributions of our staff, and the participation of our community. Social workers help doctors and other healthcare professionals understand the effects that diseases and illnesses have on patients’ mental and emotional health.

Pages: 56

Publisher: Famine Museum (1994)

ISBN: 095235411X

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