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Raftery, Mary, O'Sullivan, Eoin
Mary Raftery wrote, produced, and directed the acclaimed three-part documentary series States of Fear. Working as a Senior Producer/Director for RTE television, she is former Woman Journalist of the Year, and has won several national and international awards for her work. States of Fear received the 1999 Justice Media Award and was short-listed in the top ten European documentaries for the prestigious 1999 Prix Europa. She lives in Dublin Dr. Eoin O'Sullivan is a lecturer in Social Policy at Trinity College, Dublin. He is the foremost expert in Ireland in the area of industrial schools, and was the consultant to the RTE documentary series States of Fear. He lives and works in DublinRaftery, Mary is the author of 'Suffer the Little Children The Inside Story of Ireland's Industrial Schools' with ISBN 9780826413376 and ISBN 0826413374.
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