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This section contains all of Social Justice Ireland’s publications.   These publications are divided into a number of categories – Paper, Policy Briefing, Presentation, Research, Social Policy Book, Socio-Economic Review and Submission.  This section also contains publications on issues not included in the categories listed and publications from other sources.  These are contained in the category ‘Other’.

Social Justice Ireland's General Election briefing on Disability.

Social Justice Ireland's General Election briefing on Housing. 

'Social Progress in Ireland' - the paper presented by Prof. Charles Clark and Dr. Catherine Kavanagh at Social Justice Ireland's Social Policy Conference 2015 is available to download below.

'What should Ireland do now' - the paper presented by Social Justice Ireland at the Social Policy Conference 2015 is available to download below.
 

'What would progress on the environment look like?' - the paper present by Dara Lynott, Deputy Director of the EPA at Social Justice Ireland's  Social Policy Conference 2015 is available to download below.

'On Responsibility and Tax Policy: an exploration based on Ireland and Malawi' the paper presented by Dr. Sheila Killian at Social Justice Ireland's Social Policy Conference 2015 is available to download below. 
 

Social Justice Ireland's policy briefing Budget 2016 Analysis and Critique is available below.

This study examines 8 of the options currently being considered by Government as possible changes to income tax levels as policy reform for Budget 2016.  It examines the 8 options from the perspective of fairness.
 

Europe: A Union for the Powerless as well as the Powerful? Review of the Social Situation in Europe and Considerations for a More Sustainable and Inclusive Future is the fourth report in Social Justice Ireland's European Research Series. This report adresses a series of key issues including unemployment, social investment, taxation and poverty and social exclusion across the EU 28 member states.  The report identifies key trends and makes policy proposals in key areas.

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