• COVID-19 Crisis Response Conference – Home Working 7th August

    The COVID-19 pandemic has forced a large section of the labour force who had been  working in centralised locations to switch to home working.  The switch to home working raises a wide range of questions about who can work from home and who wants to work from home; and about the consequences for workers’ wellbeing…

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  • Ireland’s COVID19 Crisis Response 15th May Slides and Videos

    A Testing and Tracing Chair  Prof Orla Doyle  Prof Alex Friedrich at University Medical Centre GroningenProf Patrick Wall, UCDProf Cliona O’Farrelly, TCDProf. Tomás Ryan (TCD) Video of the session here Note that the first presentation by Prof. Alex Friedrich is not publicly available as it contains previously unpublished data B SMEs, Innovators, and their recovery Chair…

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  • Ireland’s COVID19 Crisis Response 1st May Slides and Videos

    Session 1 – 10:00 – 11:30 A. Work and Organisations  Video Has COVID19 changed our relationship to work? In this session, research around work, motivation and self-regulation in a crisis will be discussed, along with practitioner views of the challenges facing employees from different perspectives.  Prof. Finian Buckley (DCU) SLIDESDr Deirdre O’Shea, (UL) SLIDESDr Nuala…

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  • Ireland’s COVID19 Crisis Response: Perspectives from Social Science 1st May

    The first case of Covid-19 was observed in Ireland on February 29th. In the past month, we have had  unprecedented change in every aspect of Irish society. The response to the pandemic progressed from warnings to school and pub closures, to a comprehensive shut down of non-essential workplaces, and strong guidelines on physical distancing, hygiene, and travel. …

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  • Ireland’s COVID19 Crisis Response 24th April Slides and Video

    A. Fiscal Policy Through The Crisis Video Dr. Stephen Kinsella (UL, Chair)Dr. Barra Roantree (ESRI),Minister Paschal Donohoe (Departments of Finance and Public Expenditure & Reform)Dr. Gemma Tetlow (Institute for Government) B. Human Rights Video Covid-19 has pushed our most marginalised communities further into isolation – prisoners, people in social care settings, international protection applicants, Travellers,…

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  • Ireland’s COVID19 Crisis Response: Perspectives from Social Science

    The first case of Covid-19 was observed in Ireland on February 29th. In the past month, we have had unprecedented change in every aspect of Irish society. The response to the pandemic progressed from warnings to school and pub closures, to a comprehensive shut down of non-essential workplaces, and strong guidelines on physical distancing, hygiene,…

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  • Policy Response to Covid-19

    The first case of Covid-19 was observed in Ireland on February 29th. In the past month, we have had  unprecedented change in every aspect of Irish society. The response to the pandemic progressed from warnings to school and pub closures, to a comprehensive shut down of non-essential workplaces, and strong guidelines on physical distancing, hygiene, and travel. …

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  • Ireland’s COVID19 Crisis Response: Perspectives from Social Science

    On-line Conference Announcement The first case of Covid-19 was observed in Ireland on February 29th. In the past month, we have had  unprecedented change in every aspect of Irish society. The response to the pandemic progressed from warnings to school and pub closures, to a comprehensive shut down of non-essential workplaces, and strong guidelines on physical distancing,…

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