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Abstract:
After centuries of population loss, Ireland’s economic success in the 1990s led to a surge of immigration, but its reaction to a multi-ethnic influx has been disappointing. It needs Baha'i approaches like consultation, tolerance, fairness, and morality.
Notes:
See also a PDF of the complete issue of Solas 2.

Mirrored from breacais.demon.co.uk/abs/solas.


Ireland's Multi-Ethnic Immigration Challenge:
An Irish Bahá'í View

by Eamonn Moane

published in Solas, 2, pages 65-82
Donegal, Ireland: Association for Baha'i Studies English-Speaking Europe, 2002
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