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Thousands take to Dublin streets to highlight housing crisis

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11,397 people are now without a home and living in emergency accommodation. This includes almost 3,500 children and does not include many other categories of homeless people. The protest will start at 1pm at Parnell Square in the city centre. Liam Cunningham urged people to join the protest "for the sake of your children"
Published 2 months ago

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Thousands take to Dublin streets to highlight housing crisis

Thousands of people have taken part in a protest in Dublin to highlight the country’s housing crisis, with demonstrators calling for immediate action from the Government to address the shortage of housing.

2 months ago·Ireland
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Thousands take to Dublin streets to highlight housing crisis

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2 months ago·Ireland
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Thousands take to Dublin streets to highlight housing crisis

Pensioners and elderly couples joined students and young families to urge the Government to take action

2 months ago·Ireland
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Thousands take to Dublin's streets for housing protest

"This is for the sake of your children and the homeless and everybody else that is struggling to put a roof over their head"

2 months ago·Dublin, Ireland
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Thousands take to Dublin streets to highlight housing crisis

Thousands of people have taken part in a protest in Dublin to highlight the country’s housing crisis, with demonstrators calling for immediate action from the Government to address the shortage of housing.

2 months ago·Belfast, United Kingdom
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Thousands take to Dublin streets to highlight housing crisis

Cate McCurry, PA Thousands of people have taken part in a protest in Dublin to highlight the country’s housing crisis, with demonstrators calling for immediate action from the Government to address the shortage of housing. The rally was organised by Raise the Roof, a campaign group made up of trade unions, advocacy groups, homelessness agencies and student unions and political parties.Source

2 months ago
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