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The Irish Times – Opinion: National monuments must be protected by clear laws

Carrickminders prevent removal of medieval defensive fosse at Carrickmines Castle, 2002 Vincent Salafia: National monuments must be protected by clear laws Many ancient heritage sites face destruction under next capital investment plan The Irish Times | Tue, Oct 27, 2015 … Continue reading

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Irish Examiner – Analysis: Rocky history of our right to natural riches

The Irish Examiner – 24 November 2014 The 1937 Constitution removed Irish citizens’ rights to the natural resources of their nation that are enjoyed by the citizens of other countries the world over, writes Vincent Salafia SINCE time immemorial, the … Continue reading

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Paper presented at the 3rd Yale/UNITAR Conference on Environmental Governance and Democracy

I was honoured to be accepted to present a conference paper at the 3rd Conference on Environmental Governance and Democracy, held at Yale University Law School and School of Forestry, 5-7 September 2014. The event was organised under the UNITAR-Yale Environment & … Continue reading

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