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Covid-19 and Well-Being Policies in Ireland. A Preliminary Study with a Focus on Young People

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Boullet and Guillaumond demonstrate how the authorities in Ireland have endeavoured to reduce the unequal consequences of the pandemic on people and economic sectors, while simultaneously trying to improve well-being. However, pre-existing inequalities have meant that the Covid-19 pandemic has hit some segments of the population, particularly the young generation who have experienced reduced job opportunities and increased mental health issues.
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hal-04054441 , version 1 (31-03-2023)

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Vanessa Boullet, Julien Guillaumond. Covid-19 and Well-Being Policies in Ireland. A Preliminary Study with a Focus on Young People. Louise Dalingwater; Vanessa Boullet; Iside Costantini; Paul Gibbs. The Unequal Costs of Covid-19 on Well-being in Europe, Springer, pp.75-92, 2022, Human well-being research and policy making, 978-3-031-14424-0. ⟨10.1007/978-3-031-14425-7_5⟩. ⟨hal-04054441⟩

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