Rep. of Ireland

May 16, 2019

Cross Border Shopping Survey (CSO) – Quarter 1 2018

The Cross Border Shopping survey was included in the General Household Survey (GHS) in the first quarter (January to March) of 2018. One member of each […]
November 30, 2018

Alcohol and Crime: Getting the Facts (Alcohol Action Ireland)

Alcohol plays a key role in crimes such as public order offences, assault and murder, as well as rape and sexual assault1. This is in addition […]
November 30, 2018

National Self-harm Registry Ireland – Annual Report 2016

The National Self-Harm Registry Ireland (NSHRI) was established over fifteen years ago at the request of the Department of Health and Children, by the National Suicide […]
November 30, 2018

Alcohol’s harm to others in Ireland (HSE)

In Ireland, the burden of alcohol related harm is often experienced by those around the drinker, be they family member, friend, co-worker or innocent ‘bystander’. Alcohol’s […]
November 30, 2018

Young People, Alcohol and Sex: What’s Consent Got To Do With It? (Rape Crisis Network Ireland)

This qualitative study explores the intersection of university students’ attitudes to alcohol use and consent to engage in sexual activity. The study was carried out by […]
November 28, 2018

Growing up in Ireland: Key Findings Child Cohort at 17/18 Years – National Longitudinal Study of Children (ESRI)

This Key Finding reports on data from the third wave of interviews with Growing Up in Ireland’s older Child Cohort, when the young people were 17/18 […]
November 27, 2018

Minimum unit pricing – modelling study Republic of Ireland (University of Sheffield)

In 2009, the Sheffield Alcohol Research Group (SARG) at Sheffield University developed the Sheffield Alcohol Policy Model version 2.0 (SAPM) to appraise the potential impact of […]
November 27, 2018

Quarterly alcohol excise receipts and volumes (Office of the Revenue Commissioners)

Breakdown of excise receipts and volume by quarter for tobacco and alcohol. Read more:
November 27, 2018

Alcohol Tax (Office of the Revenue Commissioners)

Rates of Alcohol Products Tax for the various types of beverages that are excisable. Read more:
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