Preliminary Investigation into changes in socio-economic and urban/rural characteristics between 1991 and 2001 for section 75 groups
Dr David Donnelly and Alan McClelland
Determining changes over time in socio-economic characteristics for the different section 75 categories utilised in Northern Ireland is beneficial for equality monitoring and, potentially, resource allocation. While this is achievable on a population basis from 1991 and 2001 census results, examination of changes at an individual level has thus far not been possible.
Publications to date:
McClelland, A. (2008) Differences in Mortality Rates in NI 2002-2005 - A Section 75 & Social Disadvantage Perspective . OFMDFM
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