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*ISSUE 23 28PG

11/18/07

4:56 PM

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H I G H L I G H T S

Traveller Hughie Maughan negotiates the hardest 26 miles of his life. Page 4

Volunteer Michael Gorry finds his project in a catch-22. Page 5

Teresa Wright, Development Worker and Deputy Mayor. Pages 6-7

16 Days Of Action Opposing Violence Against Women. Pages 8-10 Tanzania: We offered to buy the children shoes, but it was more complicated than that. Pages 11-13

Has the Programme got room for gay rights? Pages 14-15

There are some issues with the Programme’s Code on Domestic Violence. Pages 16-19

‘On The Ground’ in East Wall, Dublin, with Nascadh CDP. Pages 20-21 changing ireland

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