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    posted by Tim Hanley : December 5, 2023 12:00 am

    POVERTY WATCH 2023: GOVERNMENT RISKS FAILING ON ANTI-POVERTY COMMITMENTS   The Government’s response to the cost-of-living crisis must effectively address the root causes of poverty and social exclusion, or it will fail to meet its anti-poverty commitments and will leave behind those most affected, the European Anti-Poverty Network (EAPN) Ireland said today as it launched … Continue reading “POVERTY WATCH IRELAND 2023”

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    Budget 2024: EAPN Ireland Media Statement..

    posted by Tim Hanley : October 10, 2023 3:45 pm

    BUDGET 2024: WASTED OPPORTUNITIES OUTWEIGH ANY POSITIVES   With Budget 2024, the Government has once again failed to rise to the challenges of effectively and meaningfully addressing poverty and social exclusion, the European Anti-Poverty Network said in response to today’s Budget announcement. “By prioritising short-term, one-off payments over adequate and sustainable permanent measures that would … Continue reading “Budget 2024: EAPN Ireland Media Statement”

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    EAPN Ireland Pre-Budget Submission 2024..

    posted by Tim Hanley : July 10, 2023 1:51 pm

    EAPN Ireland’s Pre-Budget Submission 2024 calls for the prioritisation of measures which enable Ireland to meet its anti-poverty commitments. We are calling for Budget 2024 to address not only the immediate impact of the cost-of-living crisis but also the underlying structural and systematic causes of poverty and social exclusion. This must involve commitment on budgetary … Continue reading “EAPN Ireland Pre-Budget Submission 2024”

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