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Evil: the label and the reality

KEVIN HARGADEN :: The murder of Ana Kriegel and the rush to demonise the teenage murderers raises profound questions about the way we use the term 'evil'.

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Young people and pornography

Richard Leonard SJ tackles the urgent issue of pornography being accessible by younger and younger people

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NCI: social justice in the docklands

The National College of Ireland, which emerged out of the Jesuit College of Industrial Relations, addresses educational disadvantage among marginalised families

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Taking a stand for human rights in Cambodia

ASHLEY EVANS SJ :: The Irish Jesuit, who has been working in Cambodia for over 30 years, reports on Kung Raiya, Hong Kong, the Church and Hannah Arendt.

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The many faces of crime

The late summer issue of Working Notes goes beyond the definition of crime in relation to the law to include cases of 'economic crime', 'carbon crime' and crime with regard to sin

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