Across the island of Ireland, both jurisdictions have experienced dynamic changes in demographics, economy, socio-economic conditions and political attitudes - all of which, in turn, have impacted on housing policy and provision and influenced how and where we live (settlement patterns). Since the 1980s, there has been a significant shift across both jurisdictions in terms of how housing is fi
The Advanced QGIS Workshop is aimed participants who have attended the 'Data for Decisions' workshop who wish to gain more experience and knowledge on the availability of spatial data and the potential of Geographical Information Systems (GIS) to aid spatial analytical techniques.
On the morning of Wednesday, 26th November 2014, the International Centre for Local and Regional Development (ICLRD) in association with the All-Island Research Observatory (AIRO) will be holding a workshop on Mapping Census 2011, Key Trends and Implications for Policy and Practice on the Island of Ireland.
The Irish Earth Observation Symposium 2014 committee welcomes you to this exciting meeting covering fundamental Remote Sensing Science as well as the applications underpinning technologies in advanced Earth Observation throughout Ireland.
The economic crisis and fiscal austerity have hit regional Ireland, outside of the major urban centres, particularly hard. Unemployment and out-migration have all increased markedly, re-exposing the historic disparities which were temporarily masked by the construction bubble.