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Mercy Law Resource Centre training in social-welfare law

29 May 2023 / ireland Print

Mercy Law Resource Centre social-welfare law training

Mercy Law Resource Centre is running its training course on social welfare law in June.

The six-part online course will run on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday for two weeks, from 10 am-12 pm, from 6-15 June.

Professor Gerry Whyte will lead the training, which will be of interest to those who work with or are interested in learning more about social welfare.

The course will cover essential topics such as:

  • Jobseekers' payments,
  • Family  payments,
  • Sickness and disability payments,
  • Old-age pensions,
  • Supplementary welfare allowance,
  • Means-testing,
  • Offences,
  • Habitual residence condition, and
  • Social welfare appeals. 

Those interested in attending should email events@mercylaw.ie to register.

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