Agricultural Policy

Summary Reduce concentration of farm assets and control of big agri-producers. Promote the establishment of small local processors. Promote cooperative models of farm ownership. Reduce

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Animal Welfare Policy

Animals are often treated with cruelty in our society. This is largely because they are viewed as a commodity by the private, profit-driven sector. We condemn all forms of cruelty and neglect. We advocate decent conditions for animals – where offspring are not separated from their mothers too soon, and where animals are kept in clean environments that are not cramped.

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Arts Policy

People Before Profit believes in artistic freedom and encourages the creativity, expression and critical activity associated with arts and culture. Artistic practice benefits the whole of society and should be available to all, regardless of income, location or social background.

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Brexit Policy

The Brexit debate is being framed in exclusively nationalist terms in the official media. This assumes that Ireland is synonymous with the business and elites classes in the country and excludes analysis of the effects of Brexit on different social groupings.

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Coronavirus Policy

  Health Emergency: What Is Needed To Tackle Coronavirus The Coronavirus Disease, Covid-19, has reached Ireland but we should not panic. The virus can spread

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Dental Care Policy

Oral Health Is Closely Linked With Overall Health Dental health and general health cannot be separated. Oral diseases are among the most common noncommunicable diseases,

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Disability Policy

Disability is a major issue in Irish society. There are almost 600,000 people living with a disability or chronic illness. That’s 13% of the population, or one in every eight people.

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Drugs Policy

Summary A healthcare model to support current drug users and their families. Improve funding for services and facilities for drug users including counselling, occupational therapy,

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Economic Policy

Irish capitalism has failed most Irish people. The economy is characterised by levels of inequality and insecurity that are unacceptable in a democratic society. According to the International Monetary Fund, Ireland is now the fourth richest country in the world in terms of GDP per capita.

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