Irish National Organisation of the Unemployed

INOU E-Bulletin September 2020

Issue 43

In this issue:

Budget 2021 ⇒

July Jobs Stimulus 2020 ⇒

Labour Force Survey Q2 2020 ⇒

Roadmap for Social Inclusion 2020-2025 ⇒

INOU Online Events ⇒

NALA Literacy Impact Report ⇒

The Great Care Co-op ⇒

Future FET: Transforming Learning – The National Further Education and Training (FET) Strategy ⇒

Jobs Watch: Trends for 2019 ⇒

Enabling Employment ⇒

Budget 2021

Budget2021

Ireland must address emerging and existing challenges in an equitable and inclusive manner. To that end, the theme of the INOU Pre-Budget 2021 Submission is ‘Renew, Rebuild, Recover’.

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July Jobs Stimulus 2020

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“The July Jobs Stimulus will help get Ireland’s businesses back on their feet and get as many people as possible back to work quickly.”

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Labour Force Survey Q2 2020

LFS

When the impact of COVID-19 is factored in, the numbers of people employed drops to 1,783,567, and the numbers of people unemployed increases to 531,412.

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Roadmap for Social Inclusion 2020-2025

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It is particularly disappointing the unemployed people or others experiencing poverty because of their socio-economic status and exclusion are not named in this quote. In many ways this reflects the gap in Ireland’s equality legislation; a gap that needs to be addressed as a matter of urgency.

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INOU Online Events

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There were very good attendances at the three online events, with 274 people attending with an average of 35 member organisations represented at each event. The feedback from people who attended was exceptionally positive for all three events.

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NALA Literacy Impact Report

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The report discusses challenges relating to measuring outcomes and that many of these outcomes are not necessarily valued by policy makers as many are evidenced mostly by learners’ feedback and experience.

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The Great Care Co-op

GCC

Setting up a worker-owned business seems like a natural solution to workplace exploitation, so for the last two years we have been working with a group of migrant women carers to develop a better model of home care based on excellent care and great jobs.

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Future FET: Transforming Learning – The National Further Education and Training (FET) Strategy

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An extensive network of community education providers work in partnership with ETBs, using their local reach and connectivity to develop learning projects to address local needs and empower their learners and communities.

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Jobs Watch: Trends for 2019

JobsWatch

The 2019 Jobs Watch announcements, 25,597 jobs from 207 companies, were significantly less than the previous year where 385 companies announced 45,236 jobs. 

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Enabling Employment

EmployAbility

It is important that those who require extra support in undertaking their search for employment are aware that there is a service here to help and assist them and to negotiate for them in dealing with new ways of working.

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