Social Justice Ireland
World Happiness Report 2023
According to the World Happiness Report, published on the 21st March 2023, Ireland is the 14th happiest country in the world. Finland, for the sixth consecutive year, ranks first, followed by Denmark, Iceland, Israel, and the Netherlands. Sweden, Norway, Switzerland, Luxembourg and New Zealand make up the remainder of the top ten. Ireland ranks just behind Canada, and just ahead of the United States, Germany and Belgium.
What makes a 'happy' country?
Country rankings in the World Happiness Report 2023 (WHR) are based on subjective measures of wellbeing in 2020, 2021, and 2022. These measures include "life evaluations", that is a set of indicators such as income, health, having someone to count on, having a sense of…
IPCC Synthesis Report - immediate and radical climate mitigation measures required
GIVING A VOICE TO THOSE WHO DON’T HAVE A VOICE
When you support Social Justice Ireland, you are tackling the causes of problems.
National Action Plan Against Racism must be resourced
Green budgeting a priority to measuring progress to 2030 targets
Migration and Saint Patrick
Today is Saint Patrick's Day, March 17th. The story told of Ireland's patron saint is that he was brought here in his teens as a slave, a trafficked migrant and ultimately chose to make Ireland…
THOUGHT FOR THE DAY
“Freedom is the right to be wrong, not the right to do wrong.”
No Pathway to Work - 40% increase in Working Poor
Ireland's biodiversity decline continues
Vacancy: Chief Executive Officer
Social Justice Ireland is seeking to recruit a Chief Executive Officer to lead and develop the organisation.
Reporting to the Chairperson of the Board of Social Justice Ireland…
Thousands at risk of eviction as Deferment ends
On Tuesday, 7th March, the Government decided not to extend the "Eviction Ban" beyond the 31st March 2023. This will undoubtedly cause more people to become homeless in the face of a worsening…