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T 2006 Community Gain

Community Gain

Haase, T. and Brady Shipman Martin (2006)

A Social and Community Infrastructure Audit in the Ringsend, Irishtown and Sandymount Area, in the context of the proposed waste to energy facility in the area. The study pays particular attention to the conditions that need to be in place before a concept of ‘Community Gain’ may be invoked. Study commissioned by Dublin City Council, [...]

T 2006 Ballymun Well-being Study

The Mental Health of Children and the Factors which influence it

McKeown, K. and Haase, T. (2006)

Study commissioned by the Ballymun Development Group for Children and Young People to inform the development of a 10-year plan aimed at improving the quality of life for children and young people in Ballymun, 83 pages.

T 2005 Early Onset Dementia

Early Onset Dementia

Haase, T. (2005)

The Action Plan for Dementia (O’Shea and O’Reilly, 1999) provides a blueprint for the development of policies and services in the dementia field in Ireland. However, little is known about the specific issues confronting people with early-onset dementia and there are no special programmes for people in this category. This study, commissioned by The Alzheimer [...]

T 2005 Deprivation and its Spatial Articulation

Deprivation and its Spatial Articulation in the Republic of Ireland

Haase, T. and Pratschke, J. (2005)

Study which outlines a new approach to the construction of multi-dimensional deprivation measures based on the Census of Population, 1991, 1996 and 2002. This report remains the essential reading to understand the conceptual thinking behind the Irish deprivation measures. Study commissioned by Pobal, 60 pages. Trutz Haase and Jonathan Pratschke were the first authors to [...]

T 2005 Community Uptake Study PEACE II

Community Uptake Analysis of PEACE II

Haase, T. and Pratschke, J. in association with HELM Corporation (2005)

This report analyses the allocation of funding in Northern Ireland and the Border Region of Ireland under the European Union Programme for Peace and Reconciliation. It primarily addresses the issue of religious community uptake of available funding and the complex relationship between religious community background, deprivation, funding applications and approved funding within Northern Ireland. Study [...]

T 2005 Nowhere to go

Nowhere to Go

Haase, T. and Byrne, K. (2005)

In 2003 eight young people with a learning disability from the Bray area had nowhere to go when finishing their formal schooling. This study documents the continuing education needs of young people with intellectual disabilities in the Bray and Wicklow Area. Study commissioned by the Bray Partnership, 70 pages.

T 2004 Census of Family Support Services (2)

A Census of Family Support Services in Ireland

McKeown, K. and Haase, T. (2004)

This report is based on a census of family support services. The population covered by the census comprises family support services in receipt of Health Board funding in 2002, whether the service was delivered directly by a Health Board or by another agency. Study commissioned by the Department of Health and Children, 172 pages.

T 2004 Springboard Loughlinstown

Making Life Better for Families

McKeown, K., Haase, T. and Pratschke, J. (2004)

Springboard was established by the Department of Health and Children in 1998 in order to support vulnerable families. It began originally as 14 projects and, by 2004, it had grown to 22 projects distributed throughout Ireland. This study presents an evaluation of the Springboard project in Loughlinstown. Study commissioned by the East Coast Area Health [...]

T 2004 Distressed Relationships

Distressed Relationships: Does Counselling Help?

McKeown, K., Haase, T. and Pratschke, J. et al. (2004)

Dublin: Marriage and Relationship Counselling Service, Family Support Agency and Department of Social & Family Affairs, 125 pages.

T 2003 Digital Divide

Digital Divide

Haase, T. and Pratschke, J. (2003)

The “Digital Divide” is the disparity between different groups and individuals in society in competence in and use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT). This study presents an in-depth analysis of the uptake of information technology in the Dublin Region. Study commissioned by the Dublin Employment Pact, 86 pages.