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Paulyn Marrinan, Founder Post Graduate Diploma: Conflict and Dispute Resolution Studies, Trinity College, Dublin University-Adjunct Professor Mediation and ADR Studies (2000-2014) presents: What Does Law Mean, Mumu? - An Introduction to Law for Young People, in which, among other things, she discusses the essential and fundamental role of trust and respect between communities and the police, required to underpin an effective police force.
Lawyer Paulyn Marrinan - having devised and presented a series for Irish National Broadcaster RTE Radio entitled Cases that Changed People's Lives, featuring some defining court cases that changed things for the better – now launches her book about legal principles for young people: What does Law mean, Mumu?
In her new book What does Law Mean, Mumu?, Irish lawyer and mediator Paulyn Marrinan introduces young people to some topics connected to Alternative Dispute Resolution processes (ADRs) such as Mediation, Ombudsman, and in relation to crime and punishment, the value of diversionary and restorative justice programs that may assist in keeping young offenders out of the courts and out of prison.
Paulyn Marrinan, lawyer, founder Conflict and Dispute Resolution Studies Trinity College Dublin University, introduces her new book - What does Law mean, Mumu? - An Introduction to the Law for Young People.
It is hoped that this little book will contribute to young people thinking further, researching, and reflecting on what is needed to protect the organisation of society in a way that guarantees civil rights and freedoms - giving citizens a proportionate say in how their society is organised.