In July, MLRC held five open training sessions covering social welfare law issues, attended by individuals, barristers, solicitors, and staff from Focus Ireland, Sophia Housing, Citizen Information Centres, and Crosscare. The training was delivered by Professor Gerry Whyte, School of Law, Trinity College Dublin.
The training attendees gave the following feedback:
“Interesting and well delivered training.”
“The training was absolutely excellent and I will use as a key reference point. Thank you”
“Training was offered in a clear and concise manner.”
This training provided a detailed overview of social welfare law and covered topics including:
- Sources of social welfare law
- Claims and appeals
- Social Insurance
- Social Assistance
- Rates of payment
- Supplementary Welfare Allowance
- Unemployment and low pay
- Illness, incapacity and caring
- Family payments
- The elderly and survivors
Professor Whyte is a leading authority on social welfare law and we are very grateful to him for delivering this comprehensive and detailed training.
If your organisation would like to arrange MLRC training on housing law & related social welfare law, please register your interest with us on 01 4537459 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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