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Press Release: Poverty figures show need for 5 year plan against poverty

Press release from EAPN Ireland re poverty figures for 2013 released today As the CSO shows that deprivation rates have trebled since 2008, from a tenth to nearly a third of the population, it’s time for a concerted five-year strategy to end poverty The European Anti Poverty Network (EAPN) Ireland today called on the Government […]

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New video from the Better Europe Alliance: Conference on Promoting a Socially , Economically and Environmentally Sustainable Ireland in Europe, December 2014

New video from the Better Europe Alliance: Conference on  Promoting a Socially , Economically and Environmentally Sustainable Ireland in Europe, December 2014

A full video of the conference is now available here: Part 1: Welcome, Joan O’Donnell, Disability Federation of Ireland; Explaining the EU Semester and Europe 2020 Strategy, Michael Ewing, Environmental Pillar;l Key-Note Speech, Marian Harkin MEP; Better Europe Alliance priorities, Paul Ginnell, EAPN Ireland Part 2: Patrick O’Riordan, European Commission; Dara Lynott, Environmental Protection Agency; […]

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Conference and publication: Promoting a Socially , Economically and Environmentally Sustainable Ireland in Europe

Conference and publication: Promoting a Socially , Economically and Environmentally Sustainable Ireland in Europe

The Conference on 5 December 2014 brought together 70 social and environmental activists and decision-makers to discuss how to bring our concerns to the table, particularly with he mid-term review of the 10-year Europe 2020 strategy next year.  (Background publication here) Speakers included representatives from the Alliance members as well as Marian Harkin, MEP; Rory […]

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