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Social Justice Ireland's analysis and policy proposals on Work, Unemployment and Job Creation
The scale and severity of the 2008-2010 economic collapse saw Ireland revert to the phenomenon of widespread unemployment. The scale and nature of our unemployment crisis deserves greater attention, in particular given the scale of long-term unemployment. Addressing unemployment and the need for investment are key parts of Social Justice Ireland’s Policy Framework for a Just Ireland. A full analysis of the challenges and our proposals on Work are contained in our Socio-Economic Review 2015 ‘Towards a Just Society’. The chapter is available below.