MAPPING CENSUS 2011: KEY TRENDS AND IMPLICATIONS FOR POLICY AND PRACTICE ON THE ISLAND OF IRELAND
On the afternoon of Tuesday, 30th September 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. This event will take place in the North South Ministerial Council, Armagh (conference room). This will be the third in a series of census seminars that we will be hosting over 2014 to present the findings and trends emerging from an analysis of the results for the 2011 Census for Ireland and Northern Ireland. This afternoon workshop on the 30th September will focus on:
- Health on the Island of Ireland: General Health & Disability
- Acute Specialities: Location and Access
This technical workshop is being organised as part of the CroSPlaN II Programme, which is sponsored by the Special EU Programmes Body under the INTERREG IVA Programme.
Under our CroSPlaN II Programme, the ICLRD and the All-Island Research Observatory (AIRO) are continuing their long-standing partnership to introduce new evidence-informed planning tools and compatible census data in both an on-line and user-friendly format, as well as a hard copy atlas. Your attendance at this seminar would be very welcome and help us to identify the implications of emerging trends from the census data.
Slides are available here: