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    Rethinking a More Inclusive and Equal Ireland..

    posted by Irene : July 6, 2020 3:11 pm

    The European Anti-Poverty Network (EAPN) Ireland has today published a policy briefing entitled “Rethinking a more Inclusive and Equal Ireland for 2020 and Beyond”

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    Giving Health Inequality a Voice - EAPN Irela..

    posted by Irene : September 23, 2020 8:32 am

    The European Anti-Poverty Network (EAPN) Ireland has published the findings from its health research project entitled Giving Health Inequality a Voice. The project, funded by the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission, explores how the social determinants of health, poverty, and ill-health, intersect to create health inequalities. The report proposes recommendations that will help to … Continue reading “Giving Health Inequality a Voice – EAPN Ireland Research Report”

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    EAPN Ireland and Theatre for Change Galway-Oc..

    posted by Irene : October 7, 2020 9:14 am

    Marking both 30 years of EAPN Ireland And International day for Eradication of Poverty EAPN Ireland and Theatre for Change Galway invite you online to: ‘The Poor Will Always Be With Us ……….’ A forum Play  followed by discussion. When: Wednesday October 14th at 4pm Theatre for change creates a space for dialogue, a space … Continue reading “EAPN Ireland and Theatre for Change Galway-October 14th Online Event”

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Why families can't afford a house

In normal circumstances, Ireland needs to build about 25,000 units of accommodation per year. In the extraordinary situation that came about on foot of the collapse of the housing market in 2008 that estimate has risen to 35,000 per year to accommodate the backlog that has built up since then.... READ MORE

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