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Money-lending, intimidation and the consequences of financial exclusion (Pre-published version)
These arrests won’t tackle the root causes of crime in Limerick. On Limerick’s estates, crime is being spurred by pressing social problems – and they’re not going away.
Limerick’s estates of fear
(Irish Examiner, 2011)
Breaking the bonds of poverty, drugs and crime. Community violence in Limerick must be understood in order to be solved.
Cutbacks are as pernicious as hard drugs
(Irish Examiner, 2014)
Heritage, crime and inequality: understanding Limerick in the post-Celtic Tiger context (Pre-published version)
(The Heritage Council [Ireland], 2011)
Debates about social exclusion are central to heritage, because heritage spaces are not blank canvasses. They are spaces where people live and work and when those residents are deeply disadvantaged, their poverty presents ...
How state policy helped create a fertile gangland breeding ground
(Irish Independent, 2013)