Irish Social Science Data Archive (ISSDA) is delighted to announce that several new datasets are now available to researchers. We have just acquired the Healthy Ireland dataset, which provides current and credible data about the wide variety of factors which determine health and wellbeing in the population aged 15 years and older.
We have also launched the Childhood Development Initiative’s Mate-Tricks Pro-Social Behaviour After-School Programme. Mate-Tricks is an after-school programme designed to promote pro-social behaviour in Tallaght West (Dublin).
And finally we have also received the Quarterly National Household Survey (QNHS) data for Q4 2015. QNHS began in September 1997 and is the official source for the production of quarterly labour force estimates (microdata) in Ireland.
Datasets are available through ISSDA’s usual application process.