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    EAPN Ireland AGM 2024 & Workshop..

    posted by Tim : June 27, 2024 9:42 am

    Please join us for the EAPN Ireland AGM 2024 and Workshop. The AGM is open to EAPN Ireland members and will include the business of the meeting. This will be followed by a public workshop: “What can we change to effectively combat poverty?” DATE: Thursday 18 July 2024 TIME: 11am-1pm (Members AGM starts at 11am, … Continue reading “EAPN Ireland AGM 2024 & Workshop”

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    EAPN Ireland Pre-Budget 2025 Submission..

    posted by Tim : June 27, 2024 9:41 am

    The EAPN Ireland Pre-Budget 2025 Submission outlines our priorities and proposals for Budget 2025. This will be the last Budget of the current Government, a final opportunity to leave a lasting legacy when it comes to addressing poverty and social exclusion in Ireland. Budget 2025 must prioritise measures which contribute toward Ireland meeting its anti-poverty … Continue reading “EAPN Ireland Pre-Budget 2025 Submission”

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    Key Proposals to the Social Inclusion Forum 2..

    posted by Tim : June 4, 2024 3:17 pm

    Read the Report on Key Proposals to the Social Inclusion Forum (SIF) 2024 put forward by participants at Preparatory Workshops hosted by Community Work Ireland (CWI) and the European Anti-Poverty Network (EAPN) Ireland. EAPN Ireland and CWI collaborate annually to organise a series of workshops to support participation at the Social Inclusion Forum. Throughout April … Continue reading “Key Proposals to the Social Inclusion Forum 2024: Report & Video”

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