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This section of our National Social Monitor Autumn 2018 provides a brief insight into the healthcare crisis, focusing on the

This section of our National Social Monitor Autumn 2018 provides a brief insight into the housing and homelessess crisis in Ireland, reviewing the construction data, mortgage arrears statistics and homelessnes figures and proposing a number of policy priorities to tackle the causes of these issues.

This section of our National Social Monitor, Autumn 2018, looks at how Ireland is going against the European trend by increasing emissions, and discusses our ambition to tackle climate change.

Social Justice Ireland marks UN World Day of Social Justice each year with a seminar looking at Ireland's progress to date in meeting our responsibilities under the Global Goals. You can view video footage of the seminar here.

Audited Accounts 2017

Annual Report 2017

Social Justice Ireland were honoured to have President of Ireland Michael D. Higgins deliver the key note address at our 30th Annual Social Policy Conference. Click here to watch the video of his presentation, or download his paper, entitled On The Discourse That We Need.

This year's conference featured an excellent and diverse line-up of speakers from Spain, Italy, Germany, the USA, and Ireland. The key note address was delivered by President of Ireland Michael D. Higgins. Click in to download papers from the conference, watch the presentations, see our handy summary graphics, or download the entire conference booklet for free.

Watch Social Justice Ireland's Budget Response Seminar from the morning after Budget 2018 was announced, and download our Analysis and Critique of Budget 2018, which provides a comprehensive anaylsis including in areas such as taxation, social protection, health, education, employment, distributional impact, housing and ODA.

A cartoonist's interpretation of the papers presented at the policy conference 'Basic Income - Radical Utopia or practical Solution?' is available to download below.

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