OECD Economic Surveys 2003: Ireland

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This measures the households that are considered to be marginalised or deprived because they cannot afford goods and services which are considered to be the norm for other people in society. The identification of these households is based on a set of 11 basic deprivation indicators:.

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Enforced deprivation is defined as not being able to afford to buy two or more of these 11 basic deprivation indicators. In , we identified that enforced deprivation was experienced by The consistent poverty measure counts those who are at risk of poverty and who are experiencing enforced deprivation two or more types of deprivation from the above list.


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SILC is really important because it tells us how many people and households are at risk of poverty. This helps local, national and European policy makers when making decisions on social inclusion, education, health, employment and other areas of concern. In particular the survey helps to monitor progress in the fight against poverty.

Eurostat , the statistical arm of the European Commission, will also use the results to compare living conditions throughout the European Union. In , This measures the households that are considered to be marginalised or deprived because they cannot afford goods and services which are considered to be the norm for other people in society.


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  • The identification of these households is based on a set of 11 basic deprivation indicators:. Enforced deprivation is defined as not being able to afford to buy two or more of these 11 basic deprivation indicators. In , we identified that enforced deprivation was experienced by The consistent poverty measure counts those who are at risk of poverty and who are experiencing enforced deprivation two or more types of deprivation from the above list.

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    SILC is really important because it tells us how many people and households are at risk of poverty. This helps local, national and European policy makers when making decisions on social inclusion, education, health, employment and other areas of concern.

    In particular the survey helps to monitor progress in the fight against poverty.

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