- Read more: Ireland’s UN SDGs – Goal 1 No Poverty 2024
The Central Statistics Office has published ‘Ireland’s UN SDGs – Goal 1 No Poverty 2024’.
- Read more: Contrasting housing supply in Ireland, Northern Ireland and the rest of the United Kingdom
The ESRI in partnership with the Shared Island Unit in the Department of the Taoiseach, has published new research contrasting housing supply between Ireland, Northern Ireland, Wales, Scotland and England.
- Read more: Modern Methods of Construction: barriers and benefits for Irish housing
The Think-tank for Action on Social Change (TASC) and the Chartered Institute of Building have published a report “Modern Methods of Construction: barriers and benefits for Irish housing”.
- Read more: Developing a framework to monitor rural development policy in Ireland: Opportunities and challenges
The Economic and Social Research Institute has published “Developing a framework to monitor rural development policy in Ireland: Opportunities and challenges”. This study, commissioned by the Department of Rural and Community Development, identifies a range of potential key performance indicators (KPIs) that can be used to monitor the impacts of rural development in Ireland.
- Read more: The Report of the Citizens’ Assembly on Drugs Use
The Citizens’ Assembly on Drugs Use has published its final report that includes 36 recommendations for a new Irish model to reduce the harm caused by illicit drugs use.
- Read more: How young people facing disadvantage view democracy in Europe
The Think-tank for Action on Social Change (TASC) has published a co-authored policy brief that provides insight into how young people who experience socioeconomic disadvantage perceive politics and democracy in their country.
- Read more: European Child Guarantee: Analysing the extent to which children in Ireland have access to key services
This paper analyses the extent to which children living in low-income households in Ireland have effective (or effective and free) access to six key services, all of which are primarily or solely regulated at the national level. Our analysis shows that there are several obstacles that impede effective access to the key services, including financial…
- Read more: Ireland 2023: The Year in Numbers
The Central Statistics Office (CSO) has released “Ireland 2023: The Year in Numbers” which uses CSO charts and data to provide insight into some of the main themes of 2023. The topics include Inflation, Housing, and Population Change.
- Read more: Census 2022 Profile 8 – The Irish Language and Education
The Central Statistics Office has released: “Census 2022 Profile 8 – The Irish Language and Education”. This is the last in a series of thematic profiles on specific areas of Census 2022. This publication focuses on the number of Irish speakers aged three years and over in the State, the population in the Gaeltacht areas,…
- Read more: Ireland: IMF Staff Report for the 2023 Article IV Consultation
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has published: “Ireland: 2023 Article IV Consultation”. Summary: “Ireland’s economy has shown remarkable resilience in the face of consecutive shocks. Following two years of impressive performance, growth, as measured by real GNI*, is projected to moderate to a still solid pace at 2½ percent in 2023–24. Inflation is expected to…