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Professor Anton Hemerijck presented a paper at Social Justice Ireland's Social Policy Conference 2013 entitled ‘21st Century European Social Investment Imperatives’.  The paper examines the possibility of a New Deal in Europe and the economics of Social Investment.

The paper is available here.

The presentation and Q & A session are available to view below.

John Sharry presented a paper at Social Justice Ireland's 2013 Social Policy Conference entitled 'Hope in the Face of Disaster – Creating a sustainable, viable path for future civilisation’.  The paper examines resource shortage economic instability, climate change and constructive responses to these challenges.

John Sharry's paper is available here.  The presentation of the paper and Q & A are available to view below.

'Economic Foundations of Social Progress' - paper presented by Professor Seán O'Riain at Social Justice Ireland's social policy conference 2013 'A Future Worth Living For'.

'Towards a Social Europe' - paper presented by Dr Brigitte Unger at Social Justice Ireland's social policy conference 2013 'a Future Worth Living For'.

'21st Century European Social Investment Imperatives' - paper presented by Professor Anton Hemerijck at Social Justice Ireland's social policy conference 2013 'A Future Worth Living For'.

John Sharry's paper 'Hope in the Face of Disaster ' presented at Social Justice Ireland's social policy conference 2013 'A Future Worth Living For'.

Social Justice Ireland's paper presented at the annual social Policy conference 'A Future Worth Living For' in November 2013.;

Social Justice Ireland  presents a viable policy framework that would secure both solidarity and sustainable recovery in the decade ahead.

Sharing Responsibility in Shaping the Future was published on September 14, 2011.  This social policy book examines issues regarding the issue of sharing responsibility for shaping the future and how this might be achieved. 

It is time that responsibility for shaping the future was shared in a meaningful way between all stakeholders in the interests of the common good. But sharing responsibility raises its own series of questions such as:

• Why should responsibility be shared?

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