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    Social Justice Ireland is an independent social justice think tank.

    We provide independent social analysis and evidence-based policy proposals, with the aim of creating a sustainable future for every member of society and for societies as a whole. In all of this, we focus on human rights and the common good.
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Social Justice Ireland is recruiting an Economic and Social Analyst

Wednesday, 28 February 2024
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Social Justice Ireland is recruiting an Economic and Social Analyst

The focus of the job will be the analysis of economic and social trends in Ireland and internationally from the perspective of social justice, equality and the common good.

The position calls for initiative, innovative thinking and a high level of judgement while remaining consistent with Social Justice Ireland’s approach and ethos. The person appointed will need to be self-motivated and well organised with experience of working in a relevant field and the ability to apply their skills across a range of activities undertaken by Social Justice Ireland.

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