Publications


Community Platform – Six Principles for an inclusive health policy

August 2017

In December 2016 the Community Platform, a network of 27 national organisations fighting poverty, social exclusion and inequality, published Six Principles for an inclusive health policy. These Principles provided a context for discussion at a seminar organised with All Together in Dignity Fourth World at the end of July 2017 which looked at the new Slaintecare report by […]

Summary of Regional Workshops for 2017 Social Inclusion Forum

August 2017

Each year in advance of the national Social Inclusion Forum (SIF) EAPN Ireland and Community Work Ireland carry out local workshops and focus groups to get people’s input and support their participation. The Key Messages from meetings in Dublin, Galway and a focus group with people with experience of homelessness were presented to the SIF on the 25th May 2017.

Submission to Budget 2018

August 2017

In its Submission to Budget 2018 EAPN Ireland has made proposals on the key measures needed if the Government is to follow through on its commitment to put in place an effective plan to address poverty and social exclusion.

EAPN Ireland events – The EU, its Parliament and the fight against poverty

April 2017

As the EU celebrates its 60th birthday, these regional workshops are your chance to discuss questions like How does Europe decide social policies? What difference does this make to people affected by poverty? How can we influence European policy? Why is the EU in crisis? What do Brexit and the rise of racism mean for […]

Better Europe Alliance – Response to European Commission 2017 Country Report for Ireland

April 2017

The Better Europe Alliance of Civil society organisations has produced its response to the 2017 Country Report for Ireland. The response outlines its proposals for a more balanced social, environmental and economic policy to ensure a better quality of life for everyone.

Submission to Consultation on Working Family Payment

April 2017

The Government is proposing to introducing a new Working Family Payment. EAPN Ireland’s submission to the consultation highlights how the payment can best achieve its goals of poverty reduction and making work pay.

Submission to National Reform Programme 2017

April 2017

EAPN Ireland’s submission to the Government’s NRP for 2017 outlines the measures Ireland needs to take to bring about a balanced social and economic recovery and to achieve it’s poverty and other Europe 2020 targets so that no-one gets left behind.

EAPN Ireland Newsflash February 2017

February 2017

EAPN Ireland NewsFlash February 2017  

EAPN Ireland Newsflash January 2017

January 2017

EAPN Ireland Flash January 2017

Submission to Consultation on European Pillar of Social Rights

November 2016

EAPN Ireland Policy Group has made its submission to the European Commission’s Consultation on the European Pillar of Social Rights. EAPN Ireland believes that in order to redress the economic and social imbalance in the EU and reverse the high levels of poverty and inequality the EU needs to be ambitious when it announces the new Pillar […]