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General Health: Bad

Year: 
2011
Data Licence: 
Licence: Ordnance Survey Ireland Licence No. EN 0063514 © Ordnance Survey Ireland/Government of Ireland
Source: 
CSO/NISRA

This map illustrates the percentage of population with perceived general health as bad in Ireland in 2011. The map is based on a combined set of Small Areas (SAs) for RoI and Small Areas (SAs) for Northern Ireland.

This map is part of an All-Island Atlas project that AIRO is developing in conjunction with our research partners ICLRD. The project is part-financed by the European Union’s INTERREG IVA programme managed by the Special EU Programmes Body.

This project is being developed under the Evidence-Based Planning theme of the Ireland Northern Ireland Cross-border Cooperation Observatory (INICCO-2) CrosSPlaN-2 funded research programme which responds to the need for sustained support to territorial cooperation in the Irish border region.

To access the digital interactive mapping tool please visit the Atlas of the Island of Ireland.

To download the data please visit the AIRO Datastore.

General Health: Fair

Year: 
2011
Data Licence: 
Licence: Ordnance Survey Ireland Licence No. EN 0063514 © Ordnance Survey Ireland/Government of Ireland
Source: 
CSO/NISRA

This map illustrates the percentage of population with perceived general health as fair in Ireland in 2011. The map is based on a combined set of Small Areas (SAs) for RoI and Small Areas (SAs) for Northern Ireland.

This map is part of an All-Island Atlas project that AIRO is developing in conjunction with our research partners ICLRD. The project is part-financed by the European Union’s INTERREG IVA programme managed by the Special EU Programmes Body.

This project is being developed under the Evidence-Based Planning theme of the Ireland Northern Ireland Cross-border Cooperation Observatory (INICCO-2) CrosSPlaN-2 funded research programme which responds to the need for sustained support to territorial cooperation in the Irish border region.

To access the digital interactive mapping tool please visit the Atlas of the Island of Ireland.

To download the data please visit the AIRO Datastore.

General Health: Good

Year: 
2011
Data Licence: 
Licence: Ordnance Survey Ireland Licence No. EN 0063514 © Ordnance Survey Ireland/Government of Ireland
Source: 
CSO/NISRA

This map illustrates the percentage of population with perceived general health as good in Ireland in 2011. The map is based on a combined set of Small Areas (SAs) for RoI and Small Areas (SAs) for Northern Ireland.

This map is part of an All-Island Atlas project that AIRO is developing in conjunction with our research partners ICLRD. The project is part-financed by the European Union’s INTERREG IVA programme managed by the Special EU Programmes Body.

This project is being developed under the Evidence-Based Planning theme of the Ireland Northern Ireland Cross-border Cooperation Observatory (INICCO-2) CrosSPlaN-2 funded research programme which responds to the need for sustained support to territorial cooperation in the Irish border region.

To access the digital interactive mapping tool please visit the Atlas of the Island of Ireland.

To download the data please visit the AIRO Datastore.

General Health: Very Bad

Year: 
2011
Data Licence: 
Licence: Ordnance Survey Ireland Licence No. EN 0063514 © Ordnance Survey Ireland/Government of Ireland
Source: 
CSO/NISRA

This map illustrates the percentage of population with perceived general health as very bad in Ireland in 2011. The map is based on a combined set of Small Areas (SAs) for RoI and Small Areas (SAs) for Northern Ireland.

This map is part of an All-Island Atlas project that AIRO is developing in conjunction with our research partners ICLRD. The project is part-financed by the European Union’s INTERREG IVA programme managed by the Special EU Programmes Body.

This project is being developed under the Evidence-Based Planning theme of the Ireland Northern Ireland Cross-border Cooperation Observatory (INICCO-2) CrosSPlaN-2 funded research programme which responds to the need for sustained support to territorial cooperation in the Irish border region.

To access the digital interactive mapping tool please visit the Atlas of the Island of Ireland.

To download the data please visit the AIRO Datastore.

General Health: Very Good

Year: 
2011
Data Licence: 
Licence: Ordnance Survey Ireland Licence No. EN 0063514 © Ordnance Survey Ireland/Government of Ireland
Source: 
CSO/NISRA

This map illustrates the percentage of population with perceived general health as very good in Ireland in 2011. The map is based on a combined set of Small Areas (SAs) for RoI and Small Areas (SAs) for Northern Ireland.

This map is part of an All-Island Atlas project that AIRO is developing in conjunction with our research partners ICLRD. The project is part-financed by the European Union’s INTERREG IVA programme managed by the Special EU Programmes Body.

This project is being developed under the Evidence-Based Planning theme of the Ireland Northern Ireland Cross-border Cooperation Observatory (INICCO-2) CrosSPlaN-2 funded research programme which responds to the need for sustained support to territorial cooperation in the Irish border region.

To access the digital interactive mapping tool please visit the Atlas of the Island of Ireland.

To download the data please visit the AIRO Datastore.

Kavanagh-Foley Index of Welbeing

Year: 
2011
Data Licence: 
Licence: Ordnance Survey Ireland Licence No. EN 0063514 © Ordnance Survey Ireland/Government of Ireland
Source: 
CSO/NISRA

This map illustrates the Kavanagh-Foley Index of Welbeing in Ireland in 2011. The map is based on a combined set of Small Areas (SAs) for RoI and Small Areas (SAs) for Northern Ireland.

This map is part of an All-Island Atlas project that AIRO is developing in conjunction with our research partners ICLRD. The project is part-financed by the European Union’s INTERREG IVA programme managed by the Special EU Programmes Body.

This project is being developed under the Evidence-Based Planning theme of the Ireland Northern Ireland Cross-border Cooperation Observatory (INICCO-2) CrosSPlaN-2 funded research programme which responds to the need for sustained support to territorial cooperation in the Irish border region.

To access the digital interactive mapping tool please visit the Atlas of the Island of Ireland.

To download the data please visit the AIRO Datastore.

Standardised Mortality Ratios - All Ages, All Causes, 2011

Year: 
2011
Data Licence: 
OSI
Source: 
Centre for Health Geoinformatics

Standardised Mortality Ratios

Intermediate Geographies

Standardised Mortality Ratios - Under 75s, All Causes, 2011

Year: 
2011
Data Licence: 
OSI
Source: 
Centre for Health Geoinformatics

Standardised Mortality Ratios - Under 75's

Intermediate Geographies

Unpaid Workers by Hours: 0 to 19 Hours

Year: 
2011
Data Licence: 
Licence: Ordnance Survey Ireland Licence No. EN 0063514 © Ordnance Survey Ireland/Government of Ireland
Source: 
CSO/NISRA

This map illustrates the percentage of unpaid workers by hours, 0 to 19, in Ireland in 2011. The map is based on a combined set of Small Areas (SAs) for RoI and Small Areas (SAs) for Northern Ireland.

This map is part of an All-Island Atlas project that AIRO is developing in conjunction with our research partners ICLRD. The project is part-financed by the European Union’s INTERREG IVA programme managed by the Special EU Programmes Body.

This project is being developed under the Evidence-Based Planning theme of the Ireland Northern Ireland Cross-border Cooperation Observatory (INICCO-2) CrosSPlaN-2 funded research programme which responds to the need for sustained support to territorial cooperation in the Irish border region.

To access the digital interactive mapping tool please visit the Atlas of the Island of Ireland.

To download the data please visit the AIRO Datastore.

Unpaid Workers by Hours: 20 to 49 Hours

Year: 
2011
Data Licence: 
Licence: Ordnance Survey Ireland Licence No. EN 0063514 © Ordnance Survey Ireland/Government of Ireland
Source: 
CSO/NISRA

This map illustrates the percentage of unpaid workers by hours, 20 to 49, in Ireland in 2011. The map is based on a combined set of Small Areas (SAs) for RoI and Small Areas (SAs) for Northern Ireland.

This map is part of an All-Island Atlas project that AIRO is developing in conjunction with our research partners ICLRD. The project is part-financed by the European Union’s INTERREG IVA programme managed by the Special EU Programmes Body.

This project is being developed under the Evidence-Based Planning theme of the Ireland Northern Ireland Cross-border Cooperation Observatory (INICCO-2) CrosSPlaN-2 funded research programme which responds to the need for sustained support to territorial cooperation in the Irish border region.

To access the digital interactive mapping tool please visit the Atlas of the Island of Ireland.

To download the data please visit the AIRO Datastore.

Unpaid Workers by Hours: 50+ Hours

Year: 
2011
Data Licence: 
Licence: Ordnance Survey Ireland Licence No. EN 0063514 © Ordnance Survey Ireland/Government of Ireland
Source: 
CSO/NISRA

This map illustrates the percentage of unpaid workers by hours, 50+, in Ireland in 2011. The map is based on a combined set of Small Areas (SAs) for RoI and Small Areas (SAs) for Northern Ireland.

This map is part of an All-Island Atlas project that AIRO is developing in conjunction with our research partners ICLRD. The project is part-financed by the European Union’s INTERREG IVA programme managed by the Special EU Programmes Body.

This project is being developed under the Evidence-Based Planning theme of the Ireland Northern Ireland Cross-border Cooperation Observatory (INICCO-2) CrosSPlaN-2 funded research programme which responds to the need for sustained support to territorial cooperation in the Irish border region.

To access the digital interactive mapping tool please visit the Atlas of the Island of Ireland.

To download the data please visit the AIRO Datastore.

Where were the countries Sweat Houses?

Year: 
2013
Data Licence: 
Licence: Ordnance Survey Ireland Licence No. EN 0063514 © Ordnance Survey Ireland/Government of Ireland
Source: 
AIRO

This map was developed as part of the on-going All-Island Research Observatory and The Irish Times 'Picture of Ireland' map series.