Social Capital and Wellbeing in Ireland Tom Healy
The future of Irish society is uncertain. We have emerged from a
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
January 23, 2007: CORI Justice welcomes National Development Plan but calls on Government to provide detailed targets and time frames on social inclusion and social infrastructure proposals
Ireland's Growing Population: An Emerging Challenge Aidan Punch
The principal focus of this chapter is projecting the population of
European and local elections are taking place in early June.
2003, July 18th: Final draft of the new EU Treaty presented to the Italian Presidency of the EU by the Convention on the Future of Europe.