Year: 2021

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    September 2021
    The pay divide and where worlds collide

    One of the few positives of the pandemic is that it has highlighted the difficult and valuable work undertaken by workers who are often subject to low pay and poor conditions…

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    June 2021
    Evidence-based Policy: Separating Science and Codology

    Originally promoted by the National Economic and Social Forum (NESF) in 2005, a now defunct social partnership body that included the community and voluntary sector, very few of those working in or supporting the community sector had expressed doubts about the concept of evidence-based policymaking….

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    January 2021
    EAPN30: What would the old man in the Simpsons think? Poverty in Ireland and Europe, 1990-2020

    There’s an old man in the Simpsons cartoon. He has a scaly, wrinkled face, a few wisps of scraggy hair on top, was probably a lifelong smoke and he bemoans how over the previous thirty years or so the performance of his football team degenerated. He even has a subtitle: ‘embittered veteran’…

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