EAPN Ireland Media Statment- Concern at Increase in Poverty Deprivation rates for 2019


EAPN Ireland has released a media statement expressing concern at the increase in poverty deprivation rates as published on September 2nd in the CSO report ‘Survey on Income and Living Conditions (SILC): Enforced Deprivation 2019’.

The new CSO report indicates that enforced deprivation, as reported for 2019, has increased to 17.8% up from 15.1% in 2018. The full CSO SILC results will be available by year end.

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