- 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: 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: Designing strategies to prevent homelessness among single adults in Dublin: What the data tells us
Preventing homelessness is a key policy objective in Ireland at both national level and in the Dublin region where most of the homeless population is concentrated. Prevention has also become increasingly central to homelessness policy internationally in recent years (Mackie, 2015). However, prevention strategies and associated investment are often not informed by an adequate empirical…
- Read more: New vs existing rental tenancies in Ireland: a first look at annual registrations microdata
The Economic and Social Research Institute have released a new publication: “New vs existing rental tenancies in Ireland: a first look at annual registrations microdata”. The report is available here.
- Read more: Home Truths: Because everyone deserves a place to call home
The Irish Wheelchair Association (IWA) has launched a new awareness campaign ‘Home Truths: Because everyone deserves a place to call home’ to highlight the lived experience of people with disabilities in the housing market, and to expose the barriers IWA members face to secure wheelchair liveable housing. More information is available here.
- Read more: Metropolitanisation as pathway to more effective urban and regional development in Ireland: Policy lessons and reflections
This paper explores the evolving policy context and lessons learned in Ireland’s ‘metropolitanisation’ plans, through an examination of metropolitan governance, city regionalism, national, regional and local planning, resourcing, buy-in, and alignment of new approaches to urban and regional development. This research employs data and insight from an Irish Research Council funded project, Ireland in the Metropolitan…