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Social Justice Ireland presented a briefing on the Fiscal Compact to the Joint Oireacthtas Committee on European Union Affairs on March 15, 2012. 

Does The European Social Model Have A Future? is the title of Social Justice Ireland’s Social Policy Book for 2012

For €15 (including packaging and posatge) you can purchase Social Justice Ireland's annual Socio-Economic Review for 2012 Does the European Social Model Have a Future

Proposals seek to address a major issue but insist the cause of the current crisis must be allowed to continue

On December 9, 2011 EU leaders agreed on the key changes to be introduced to tighten fiscal discipline in the Eurozone and address the bloc's debt problems. These changes propose an intergovernmental agreement outside the EU legal framework.

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) World Economic Report published Monday, April 11, 2011, shows Ireland as having the fastest-growing economy, as measured in nominal GDP terms, among the European periphery countries (Greece, Portuga

The National Economic and Social Council (NESC) has published a report, The Euro: an Irish Perspective. It is part of a broader study being conducted by NESC on Ireland and the EU.
 
On the Euro the Council’s analysis shows that:

Social Justice Ireland's Submission to the European Commission on the EU Future Strategy 2020 consultation- 2009

The European Commission's strategy for the EU until 2020 is deeply flawed and would not be acceptable under any circumstances as a meaningful basis on which to proceed to articulate a vision to guide the EU in the coming decade.

Beyond GDP: What Is Progress And How Should It Be Measured? is the title of Social Justice Ireland’s Social Policy Book for 2009

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