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Social Justice Ireland

Slí Eile 16/05/2011

Slí Eile: Some strong and clear messages emerge from Social Justice Ireland in its latest Socio-Economic Review. It makes the case that: 'It is profoundly wrong for example that poor people carry a major burden while senior bond-holders, who carry a large part of the responsibility for Ireland’s implosion, make no contribution to sharing the …



IBEC and Social Justice Ireland call for Higher Taxes (Revised)

Nat O'Connor 06/10/2010

Nat O'Connor: IBEC (in their pre-Budget submission) have proposed that Ireland's level of taxation should be 36 to 38 per cent of GNP. Social Justice …

Fine Gael's Economics

Nat O'Connor 12/04/2010

Nat O'Connor: Fine Gael leader Enda Kenny is quoted as saying that Richard Bruton will be Minister for Finance under any FG-led government and that …

Guest post by Eoin O Broin: An agenda for a new Ireland

Eoin Ó Broin 09/04/2010

Eoin O Broin: Every year one of Ireland’s leading anti-poverty groups, Social Justice Ireland (formerly known as CORI Justice) produces a social …

'Unfair, unjust Budget fails the vulnerable, damages the economy'

Slí Eile 13/12/2009

Slí Eile: In an excellent and hard-hitting analysis and critique of Budget 2010 (the Irish one) by Social Justice Ireland (formerly CORI Justice) …

Social Justice Conference on Measuring Well-being

Slí Eile 18/11/2009

Slí Eile: Social Justice Ireland hosted a conference on measuring well-being (Beyond GDP: What is progress and how should it be measured?). All the …

Social Justice Ireland Alternative Budget

Slí Eile 05/11/2009

Slí Eile: Social Justice Ireland is to be commended for taking on the Dublin Consensus by working on an alternative budget. SJI has gone through the …

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