A network of anti-poverty groups working to put the eradication of poverty at the top of the EU and Irish agenda through information, training, advocacy and networking.

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    EAPN Briefing on 2021 Income and Poverty Data..

    posted by Paul Ginnell : July 28, 2022 10:04 am

    Please find enclosed a briefing from EAPN Ireland on the CSO Income and Poverty Data for 2021.  The data highlights the level of poverty among different groups in society with some experiencing higher levels of poverty than the general population including those who are unemployed, lone parent households, unable to work due to long-standing health … Continue reading “EAPN Briefing on 2021 Income and Poverty Data”

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    EAPN Ireland Pre-budget Submission 2023..

    posted by Irene : July 6, 2022 9:25 am

    Please find enclosed the 2023 pre-budget submission from EAPN Ireland. We are calling on the Government to increase social welfare rates in recognition of rising inflation, which is impacting those who are living below the poverty line the most. EAPN Ireland recognises that in order for Ireland to meet its Anti-Poverty commitments, the Government must … Continue reading “EAPN Ireland Pre-budget Submission 2023”

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    Foundations for Futures Europe (FFE)- Briefin..

    posted by Irene : April 27, 2022 2:43 pm

    As part of the EAPN Irelands participation in the Foundations Futures Europe (FFE) Project, alongside 6 European partner organisations, we developed two briefing notes as a means to assist participates in FFE events  to engage in the wider debate on EU policy issues and the Future of Europe as part of the aims of the … Continue reading “Foundations for Futures Europe (FFE)- Briefing notes”

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Socio-economic Status: Programme for Government

Please find enclosed a letter written by members of the Community and Voluntary sector, to representatives across all political parties, calling for the inclusion of socioeconomic status as grounds for discrimination in Irish equality legislation, as part of the new Programme for Government. READ MORE

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