Social Justice Ireland's Social Policy Book 2013
Ireland needs a combination of vision and pragmatic policies that can truly move the country towards a desirable and sustainable future. We also need to focus on evidence rather than on the endles
Social Justice Ireland presents a viable policy framework that would secure both solidarity and sustainable recovery in the decade ahead.
The IMF has just published the 8th Review and Country Report on Ireland. The report outlines the substantial challenges facing Ireland in 2013. Growth projections for our trading partners have been revised down and domestic demand is expected to contract again in 2013. The IMF also notes that if growth projections for 2013 were to disappoint, any additional fiscal consolidation should be deferred to 2015 to protect the recovery.
The total population in the Republic of Ireland is 4,581,269 according to the Census 2011 preliminary results. This is an increase of 341,421 on the 2006 census.
Government publishes Infrastructure Investment Priorities 2010-2016
Government published its Infrastructure Investment Priorities 2010-2016 on July 26, 2010.
A large empirical literature is emerging on the determinants of happiness and mental
well-being. As would be expected, this topic has attracted attention from medical
An Employers' Perspective Turlough O'Sullivan
‘Fairness and Wellbeing’…. At least I think we can all agree that
A Community and Voluntary Perspective Aisling Walsh
In their agreed Programme for Government following the 2002
General Election, the re-elected Government stated:
Securing Fairness and Wellbeing: A Ten Year Agenda Sean Healy and Brigid Reynolds
Much has been achieved on the economy over the past decade. This