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  1. Screen Shot 2018-12-06 at 8.38.45 AM Alison Wolf Pens Opinion on Higher Ed Issued 6 December 2018 On December 4, 2018 TASC Annual Lecture speaker, Alison Wolf, published an Irish Times opinion piece related to her lecutre …
  2. HI V2 TASC Launches Report on Health Inequalities in the EU Issued 2 November 2018 On 2 November 2018 TASC, FEPS and Trinity College Dublin launched the revealing study, 'Health Inequalities in Europe: …
  3. Screen Shot 2018-07-05 at 8.21.55 AM Sinéad Pembroke Guest on The Office Block Podcast Issued 5 July 2018 FEPS-TASC Researcher, Sinéad Pembroke, shared her views on the importance of pay raises and public investment in housing, …
  4. _TC80210 FEPS-TASC conference addresses inequality and Ireland’s productivity and corporate tax policy Issued 22 June 2018 Brexit brings into sharp focus the need for Irish-based enterprise to step-up their productivity and innovation performance, …
  5. Publication cover - Living with uncertainty: the social implications of precarious work Precarious work affects health, housing and family plans of workers Issued 19 April 2018 Insecure or precarious working conditions can have a negative effect on physical and mental health. That’s one of the …
  6. TASC LECTURE 2 Brexit no longer a credible national project claims leading commentator at TASC annual lecture Issued 14 December 2017 Brexit is “no longer a credible national project,” according to the writer and journalist Fintan O’Toole. The more it …
  7. TASC Office 101 Baggot Street Lower TASC new Office open for business at 101 Baggot Street Lower, Dublin 2 Issued 25 October 2017 TASC has moved. The new office address is situated at 101 Baggot Street Lower, Dublin 2, Eircode: D02 TY29. We are sorry …
  8. moving_2436 TASC is moving premises Issued 17 October 2017 TASC is moving to new premises over the next two weeks. We are relocating to 101 Baggot Street Lower. Please excuse any …
  9. Shana Cohen TASC appoints Dr. Shana Cohen as their New Director Issued 22 September 2017 Shana studied at Princeton University and at the University of California, Berkeley, where she received a PhD in Sociology. …
  10. Cherishing All Equally 2017 cover TASC says Irish state subsidising low wage economy and providing employers with cheap workers but not tackling underlying causes of inequality Issued 16 June 2017 Irish welfare system transforms country from being most unequal in EU to more equal than European average Wickham says …
  11. Publication cover - A home or a wealth generator Inequality, financialisation and the Irish housing crisis TASC says housing crisis set to worsen substantially unless government takes radical approaches to increase house building Issued 7 June 2017 At current rate of building, it could take over 40 years to provide permanent homes to people on Dublin City’s housing …
  12. AIB branch Proceeds of AIB shares should be for public investment – TASC economist Issued 30 May 2017 Ireland must assert its sovereignty and invest the proceeds of the AIB shares in public infrastructure, according to leading …
  13. TASC_FEPS Calling self-employed, temporary fixed-term, or part-time workers Issued 21 March 2017                 TASC, along with the Federation of European Progressive Studies, is undertaking a collaborative …
  14. adiff_sideheart_2017 Film screening and panel discussion on workers' rights at Audi Dublin International Film Festival Issued 23 February 2017 Press release: In partnership with the Audi Dublin International Film Festival, TASC will host a public discussion on …
  15. TASC Event TASC secures €1 million grant from The Atlantic Philanthropies to address economic inequality Issued 2 February 2017 Press release:  TASC has secured a grant of €1 million from The Atlantic Philanthropies to continue its work in …
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