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National Social Monitor

700,000 on healthcare waiting lists, 500,000 homes without broadband, over 11,000 people homeless – a result of Government policy failing to tackle causes - Social Justice Ireland publishes National Social Monitor Winter 2018.

In order to improve the wellbeing of everyone in society, at all stages of the life cycle, it is vital that our policies address the causes of problems rather than their symptoms only.  It is through this lens that Social Justice Ireland examines the ten policy areas in the National Social Monitor. 

In this section of our National Social Monitor Autumn 2018 we look at Ireland's progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals, our comparative ranking among our EU15 peers and propose a number of policy priorities to tackle these issues.

In this section of our National Social Monitor Autumn 2018 we look at the changing nature of Ireland's tax take, discuss broadening the tax base and increasing Ireland's per capita tax take.

In this section of our National Social Monitor Autumn 2018 we look at income distribution patterns, the widening gap of income migration and poverty and propose a number of policy priorities to tackle the causes of these issues.

In this section of our National Soical Monitor Autumn 2018 we look at trust in Government, accountability and participation in a deliberative democracy and propose a number of policy priorities to tackle the causes of these issues.

In this section of our National Social Monitor Autumn 2018 we look at Work, its distribution and in-work poverty and propose a number of policy priorities to tackle the causes of these issues.

This section of our National Social Monitor Autumn 2018 provides a brief insight into the  disparity of

This section of our National Social Monitor Autumn 2018 provides a brief insight into the difficulties in our Education and C

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

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