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Dear Supporter

We first want to thank those of you who have made a donation to TASC in the past few weeks. All donations, however small, will help to ensure that TASC can continue to work for equality and democracy in these turbulent times. 

This week TASC is launching “The Ireland We Want”, a series of policy briefs that address urgent issues in Ireland today, in anticipation of a new government and in recognition of the critical challenges we now face.


Our blog series continues below with discussions on the renewal of housing rights and how emission reduction numbers really do matter.

“Thinking through the Crisis” podcast continues with Eileen Culloty, DCU speaking on misinformation surrounding COVID-19 and how we might navigate this.

Wishing you well for the week ahead

The TASC team

Community led just recovery for rural Ireland
Policy Brief by FEPS TASC Researcher, Seán McCabe  

This policy brief explores how focusing on community led climate action in the aftermath of COVID-19 would both encourage a fair recovery across Ireland and ensure social approval for the measures necessary to rapidly reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Read on here

The end of private sector primacy in Ireland ?
by Shana Cohen, Director TASC  

The extraordinary payment made by the Irish Government to rent private hospital beds illustrates how entrenched the fixation with privileging the private sector is, regardless of the current economic crisis.
Read on here

COVID-19 and the renewal of housing rights
by Dr. Padraic Kenna,NUI Galway  

Current emergency measures to protect people’s lives have been breathtaking; bans on evictions, mortgage and rent deferrals, universal health care and guaranteed minimum incomes,  all taken with a speed and certainty that cuts right across all the “impossibilities” of the recent past.Read on here

Do emission reduction numbers matter?
by FEPS TASC Researcher, Seán McCabe  

There remains only a small window of opportunity to enact the necessary climate action required to avoid catastrophic climate change.
Read on here

Podcast: COVID-19 and Misinformation
by Eileen Culloty, post-doctoral researcher at DCU   

How can misinformation and conspiracies become popular, especially in times of uncertainty, and what the average social media user can do to combat them. Listen in here

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