Who Supports the Living Wage
The Vincentian Partnership for Social Justice (VPSJ)
The Vincentian Partnership for Social Justice (VPSJ) was established in 1996 to work for social and economic change, tackling poverty and social exclusion. The VPSJ consists of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul; the Daughters of Charity; the Sisters of the Holy Faith and the Vincentian Congregation. To achive its goal the partnership has two main activties: 1)the promotion of Active Citizenship and 2) the development of Minimum Income Standards for household types in Ireland.
The Nevin Economic Research Institute (NERI)
The Nevin Economic Research Institute (NERI), with offices in Dublin and Belfast, is a research organisation which, at its core, has a vision of the achievement of a better, fairer society. It aims, through the provision of a world-class research and analysis, to contribute towards the construction of alternative perspectives and possibilities that will lead to the creation of an economy that works for society. It is supported by a number of unions affiliated to the Irish Congress of Trade Unions. The website of the institute is: www.NERInstitute.net
Social Justice Ireland
Social Justice Ireland is an independent think tank and justice advocacy organisation that advances the lives of people and communities through providing independent social analysis and effective development to create a sustainable future for every member of society and for societies as a whole.
UCD School of Social Policy, Social Work and Social Justice
UCD School of Social Policy, Social Work and Social Justice is a centre of excellence for research, teaching and professional training in social policy, social work, equality studies and gender studies.The
Unite The Union
UNITE the Union represents working people in all sectors.
SIPTU (The Services, Industrial, Professional and Technical Union) is the largest union in both the private sector and public sectors across Ireland. It represents over 200,000 workers from virtually every category of employment across almost every sector of the Irish economy.