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Combat Poverty was established under the Combat Poverty Agency Act 1986, which set out our four general functions: policy advice, project support and innovation, research and public education. For more information on the history and work of Combat Poverty go to our history page.
On 1 July 2009 Combat Poverty was integrated with the Office for Social Inclusion to form the Social Inclusion Division in the Department of Social and Family Affairs. On 1 May 2010 the Social Inclusion Division transferred to the Department of Community, Equality and Gaeltacht Affairs.
Combat Poverty reported annually to the Minister for Social and Family Affairs. The most recent Annual Report was our 22nd and final report and is for the year 2008.
All our Annual Reports from 1987 to 2008 are available in our Annual Reports Archive.
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