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Dr Graham Finlay

Dr

Graham Finlay

Lecturer/Assistant Professor
School of Politics and International Relations
01 716 8345
University College Dublin, School of Politics and International Relations, Newman Building Belfield Dublin 4

PUBLICATIONS

JOURNAL ARTICLE
Coherence Versus Coherence: Normative Versus Structural and Interest-Based Coherence'
1 Jan 2017European Yearbook on Human Rights
CONFERENCE CONTRIBUTION
N/A
13 Sep 2016Agents of Coherence in EU Human Rights Policies
CHAPTER
Mill on Education and Schooling
13 Sep 2016A Companion to Mill504-517
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REPORT
8.3 Policymakers' Experiences Regarding Coherence in the European Union Human Rights Context
1 Jul 2016
REPORT
'Economic and Social Rights and Integration: the case of low-paid third-country migrant workers in Ireland'
1 May 2016
CONFERENCE PAPER
'Crisis and Migration: a philosophical perspective'
1 Nov 2015When the Going Gets Tough: Human Rights in Times of Economic Hardship
CHAPTER
'Her Life Within the Home': The Construction of Gender and Female Migrant Workers in the Republic of Ireland
1 Oct 2015Migrant Women Workers: Ethical, Political and Legal Problems
REPORT
8.2 EU and Member State Competences in Human Rights
1 Oct 2015
CHAPTER
The Philosophical Development of Human Rights
1 Oct 2015International Human Rights: Perspectives from Ireland11-23
INTERNET PUBLICATION
As twitter campaigns for a yes vote, new media stands at a crossroads
1 Apr 2015