Michelle Murphy from S.J.I. joins Donie Tarrant to discuss their reaction to Budget 2022 and what she sees as the results of it for the Poorest and marginalised in our society.
Social Justice Ireland calls in Budget 2022 – Delivering a Fair Recovery ; COVID-19 – Near FM (22 July 2021)
Darren J. Prior spoke to Michelle Murphy from Social Justice Ireland about what she and Social Justice Ireland are calling for in Budget 2022. They also discussed the impact of COVID-19 in some detail in Ireland and around the world and the…
Michelle Murphy from Social Justice Ireland joins Donie to outline four key priority areas, which they will be presenting to the Budgetary Oversight Committee, social welfare and income adequacy, taxation, housing and unemployment, and set out what needs to be done under…
Colette Bennett, Economic & Social Analyst for Social Justice Ireland joins Johnny to talk about their 10 – point plan to resolve Ireland’s housing crisis.
Michele Murphy from Social Justice Ireland joins Adrianne to discuss the findings of their most recent report into Poverty in Ireland
Michelle Murphy from Social Justice Ireland discusses with Donie the recent CSO figures which show that 200,000 children in Ireland are living in poverty.
Michelle Murphy from Social Justice Ireland joins Donie to discuss their budget submissions in a year where there is a grave danger of the poorest in our society are going to be adversely impacted by the effects of Covid19.
Michelle Murphy from Social Justice Ireland joins Donie to discuss ‘Survey on Income and Living Conditions (SILC): Enforced Deprivation 2019’
On this edition of Northside Today: Eamon Murphy, Economic and Social Analyst with Social Justice Ireland speaks about Social Justice Ireland’s call for the next few budgets to focus primarily on employment, infrastructure and services, not reducing the deficit. Broadcast: 10/07/2020
Michelle Murphy SJI joins Donie to discuss how Covid-19 will lead to increased poverty in Ireland.
Michelle Murphy from “Social Justice Ireland” explains to Donie why and how Ireland should aim to collect an additional €2.5 to €3 billion per annum.