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Publications from 2011

Social Justice Ireland shows ‘Troika how poor and vulnerable people can be protected in Budget 2012 and beyond

The ‘troika’ has been told that the reduction in Ireland’s borrowing in 2012 and subsequent years should be achieved by increasing taxation (but not income tax) by €2 for every €1 reduction in funding of public services.

Making choices in precarious times such as these a country, a government, a society or an international institution defines itself by:

The cuts it makes; the people it protects; its effectiveness on economic growth/jobs; its actions on public services; the values underpinning its choices.

Social Justice Ireland's 2012 Pre-Budget Submission of DOCHAS, the organisation of Irish development NGOs.

Ireland’s Overseas Development Assistance Budget set to fall for the fourth year in a row

Ireland is heading for the fourth year in a row in which its Overseas Development Assistance (ODA) Budget will fall as a percentage of Gross National Product. According to the annual report of Irish Aid just published, in 2010 Ireland’s Overseas Development Assistance (ODA) budget as a percentage of Gross National Product fell for the third year in a row.

Sharing Responsibility In Shaping The Future  is the title of Social Justice Ireland’s Social Policy Book for 2011

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Social Justice Ireland published a Policy Briefing on Healthcare on June 7, 2011.

Social Justice Ireland's Policy Briefing on  Work, Unemployment, Job Creation.

Social Justice Ireland's General Election Briefing 2011

 

Social Justice Ireland's Budget Analysis and Critique 2011

Social Justice Ireland's Policy Briefing on Poverty and Income Distribution

Social Justice Ireland's fully costed alternative Budget shows how Government could reduce borrowing by €3bn whle protecting the vulnerable in Budget 2011