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Malcolm MacLachlan

BSc(Cardiff 1983), PhD(Dundee 1986), MSc(Lond 1988), DipBA(Strathclyde 1990), MA(Dubl 1999), MA (jo). FTCD

Professor of Psychology and Social Inclusion Maynooth University

Member PL&AElected in 2005

Malcolm MacLachlan is the Director of the Assisting Living & Learning (ALL) Institute and Professor of Psychology and Social Inclusion at Maynooth University. He works across disciplines on topics related to social inclusion and marginalisation, and has experience of working throughout Europe, Asia, Africa and South America; with civil society, government, industry  and United Nations agencies. In terms of the Future Earth Ireland Committee he is interested in using environmental psychology to create a better future earth.

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