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Long-Term Economic Impact of Childhood Sexual Abuse on Survivors

19th August 2014, TILDA/ESRI

A new Research Bulletin published by the ESRI and Trinity College Dublin today (Friday August 15th 2014) reports on a study which examined whether people who experienced childhood sexual abuse (CSA) suffered long-term economic consequences in terms of lower attachment to the labour market and/or lower incomes.

Almost 80% of older Irish adults are overweight

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Irish Times
New directions in dementia research

The Over 50s in a Changing Ireland: Economic Circumstances, Health and Well-Being

29th January 2014,

On January 29th 2014, TILDA published its second key findings report, titled 'The Over 50s in a Changing Ireland: Economic Circumstances, Health and Well-Being'. The report uses data from the second wave of TILDA data collection, which lasted from April 2012 to January 2013, to examine how the lives of the over 50s in Ireland have changed since the first wave of data collection in 2010.
 

Key Findings

 

TILDA presents key findings to European Parliament

CARDI international training programme on ageing: Blog

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CARDI-Paul McGill

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