Name: Feilim O'Hadhmaill
Academic Unit: School of Applied Social Studies
Feilim O'Hadhmaill is a lecturer in the School of Applied Social Studies at University College Cork where he is teaching International Human Rights and Social Policy and co-ordinates the Conflict, Transformation and Peace Building specialism on the Masters in Social Policy and the Masters in Criminology. His academic research and publications have focused primarily on conflict transformation, social exclusion, and community development.
Involvement in Palestine/Israel has been primarily voluntary/activist-based rather than academic.
Most of Feilim O’Hadhmaill’s academic work relates to human rights, voluntary sector organisation and community development and conflict transformation.
McCann, G and O'Hadhmaill, F (2019 forthcoming) International human Rights, Social Policy and Global Welfare: Critical Perspectives, Policy Press.
O'Hadhmaill, F. (2017) Demexit: Brexit, Like the Banks Bail-out, Shows How Little Democratic Control We Really Have in the Global Economy, Village, June 2017. https://villagemagazine.ie/index.php/2017/06/demexit/)
O'Hadhmaill, F., (2016) Ireland and the Global Economic Crisis: One Island, Two Different Experiences in Murphy, M., and Dukelow, F., The Irish Welfare State in the Twenty-First Century: challenges and change, Palgrave Macmillan, London.
O'Hadhmaill et al (2016) The Changing Landscape of Local and Community Development in Ireland: Policy and Practice, Research Report, ISS21,UCC. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/303564761_The_Changing_Landscape_of_Local_and_Community_Development_in_Ireland_Policy_and_Practice