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 Ireland European Election Manifesto 2019..

    posted by Irene : May 5, 2019 3:37 pm

    Please find enclosed the EAPN Ireland European Election manifesto 2019 as well as an accompanying guide to the manifesto with questions for election candidates and relevant background information. The manifesto focuses on the need to deliver on pre-existing anti-poverty commitments within the EU, which Ireland have signed up to, as well as the need for … Continue reading “EAPN Ireland European Election Manifesto 2019”

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    Social Inclusion Forum 2019..

    posted by Irene : May 24, 2019 2:00 pm

    The Social Inclusion Forum 2019 took place on May 22nd, at the Aviva Stadium Landsdowne Road, Dublin 4. In advance of the forum, EAPN Ireland and Community Work Ireland once again held a series of pre-sif work shops across Ireland to enable the public, people experiencing poverty, and those working within the community and voluntary … Continue reading “Social Inclusion Forum 2019”

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    Minimum Essential Standard of Living 2019..

    posted by Irene : May 30, 2019 3:09 pm

    The Vincentian Partnership for Social Justice recently published their updated research on the Minimum Essential Standard of Living (MESL) for 2019. This research reflects what it costs to have a minimum essential standard of living in Ireland…..

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Hello and welcome to the new EAPN Ireland website! We hope you will follow our blog and find the contributions interesting and informative. We believe the decision to have a blog on our website enables EAPN Ireland and its members to, in some small way, facilitate a much needed ongoing discussion around poverty...... READ MORE

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