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Green Party manifesto features universal basic income

A universal basic income, free public transport for students and light rail systems for Cork and Galway are amongst the promises being made by the Green...

Irish tax system does more than any other in the EU...

Research by the Economic and Social Research Institute has found that the Irish tax system does more than any other system in the EU...

St Vincent de Paul say data shows hundreds of thousands of...

SVP say new data confirms their experience that hundreds of thousands of low income households continue to be unable to afford essentials like food,...

Latest third level access figures show depth of the social divide...

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul (SVP) says the latest figures bring to the fore the level of inequality in our education system,...

Over 5,000 families sought back-to-school assistance from SVP last month

The Society of St Vincent de Paul say they received a record number of calls in August, which included calls from over 5,000 families...

Ireland has fourth highest teenage suicide rate in the EU

Ireland has the fourth highest teen suicide rate in the EU/OECD region, according to UNICEF. The organisation’s latest Report Card on child well-being finds that...

South Dublin County Council say they are owed millions in rent...

According to figures released at this months council meeting, South Dublin County Council is owed rent arrears of over €7.5 million due to 6,807 of its...

Survey reveals young Dublin based men are benefiting most from economic...

This is according to Aviva who spoke with 1,280 adults to assess the economic health of the nation for a survey they conducted last...

Reports suggest Zappone excluded from Budget debates

According to todays Irish Times there is a reported Cabinet rift over childcare costs with local TD and Children's Minister Katherine Zappone apparently left out...

Report says Irish workers are being paid a lot less than...

The trade union Unite say Ireland is a low-waged economy in comparison with other EU countries despite having high levels of national income and...

No surprises; Daft report shows Dublin city has highest rents still

It's unfortunately becoming the norm that Dublin city rents are the highest in the country but every county is being affected these days. Figures...

How Ireland is helping deprive the world’s poorest people

Ireland's tax incentives are costing developing countries millions of euro according to a new report by the charity organisation ActionAid. Titled ‘Mistreated’, the report examined...

Ireland named as one of top enablers as global inequality increases...

A newly released report from the charity Oxfam says that just 62 people own the same as half the population of the planet. It also...

St Vincent de Paul welcomes push towards Higher Education National Action...

The Society of St Vincent de Paul (SVP) has welcomed today’s launch of the National Action Plan for Equity of Access to Higher Education...
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