"Dealing with injustice" Irish Times article by Marie Murray (Psychologist,Injustice is unpalatable to all age groups. It confuses the child, angers the adolescent, appals the adult and outrages those who have seen its consequences too often. This is because they know the many human systems in which injustice may locate itself and "justify" its lodging. Some injustices are inequalities experienced by sections of society because of the circumstances of their birth: their gender, skin colour, mental capacity, physical ability, age, wealth and the unwillingness of the surrounding society to challenge unequal treatment based on these facts. Other injustices may arise randomly, by simply being in the wrong place at the wrong time; by being unable to prove one's victimhood; or by finding that there is no adequate legal redress for what one has suffered in an unprovoked attack upon oneself or upon one's family.