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From Barlanark to Brussels: applying ideas locally, nationally and internationally

Quinn, Neil (2009) From Barlanark to Brussels: applying ideas locally, nationally and internationally. In: Scottish Development Centre for Mental Health Annual Conference, 2009-05-01. (Unpublished)

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Abstract

This speech talks about ideas locally, nationally and internationally.