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    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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A Just Transition - Conference Videos and Papers

Friday, 8 December 2023
Just Transition conference flyer

On Wednesday, 15th November 2023, Social Justice Ireland held our Annual Social Policy Conference. This year's Conference was on the theme 'A Just Transiton'. On the day we heard from a range of speakers addressing the topic from a wide variety of angles. 

In the first session we heard from Niamh Garvey and Jeanne Moore (NESC), Carrie Ann Moran (Circular Fashion Ireland), Shane Colclough (University College Dublin), Brian Caulfield (Trinity College Dublin) and Meaghan Carmody (Coalition 2030). 


The second session heard papers from Paul Goldrick Kelly (NERI), John Barry (Queens University Belfast), Michelle Murphy (Social Justice Ireland) and Joe O Connor (Work Time Reduction Center of…

Annual Sustainable Growth Survey

Monday, 4 December 2023
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2023 International Day Of Persons With Disabilities

Friday, 1 December 2023
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Social Justice Ireland is recruiting an Economic and Social Analyst

Tuesday, 28 November 2023
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Just Transition - some policy options for Ireland

Monday, 27 November 2023

Budget 2024 on Housing: Regressive subsidies and lack of ambition

Wednesday, 22 November 2023
Unaffordable Rent

For the past number of years, Government’s response to the housing crisis has been categorised by an over-reliance on the private rented sector and the introduction of badly-targeted subsidies…



“There are vocations in both the church and the world that have to do with strengthening what already is. These are important contributions. There are also vocations that challenge what is and call for transformation. While the one is more a priestly task, the latter is more a prophetic task. And prophets are most likely to be vilified or killed.”

Martin Luther King

Budget 2024 fails to deliver on child poverty

Monday, 20 November 2023

‘Permanent’ Income Gains from Budget 2024

Friday, 17 November 2023
Cash Money

A Just Transition

Wednesday, 15 November 2023
Just Transition conference flyer

Social Justice Ireland's Annual Policy Conference, beginning at 9.30am today, will address the topic 'A Just Transition".


The fundamental principle of a Just Transition is…

Ireland’s Rich-Poor Gap & Middle-Poor Gap

Monday, 13 November 2023
Fair tax

As well as tracking the post-Budget income levels of different households (see p6-8 of our Budget 2024 Analysis and Critique | Social Justice Ireland), Social Justice Ireland is also…

Ireland’s Overall Tax Take Remains Inadequate

Friday, 10 November 2023
Tax Competiveness

Effective Income Tax Rates after Budget 2024

Wednesday, 8 November 2023
Fair tax

Time for anti-child poverty ambitions to deliver

Monday, 6 November 2023
Paying for the basics

Budget 2024: No focus on Mortgage Arrears

Friday, 3 November 2023
Mortgage Arrears Burden