Convergent spaces: Intersectional analysis of ethnic minority status and childhood disability in Irish safeguarding work

  title={Convergent spaces: Intersectional analysis of ethnic minority status and childhood disability in Irish safeguarding work},
  author={Susan Flynn},
  journal={Child \& Family Social Work},
  • S. Flynn
  • Published 3 February 2020
  • Sociology
  • Child & Family Social Work
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