Homeless Charities Have Welcomed Government Funding in the Budget
According to the Department of Housing, as of August 2021, 8,212 people are accessing state-funded emergency accommodation.
‘Winter of Discontent’ Housing and Homelessness rally held outside Dáil
DCU to examine nurse-led Covid-19 interventions
DCU partners with McVerry Trust for homelessness report
Sixty three per cent of homeless males have suffered a traumatic childhood experience according to a new report by the Peter McVerry Trust.
Thousands march on anniversary of homeless man’s death
DCU’s St Vincent de Paul Society sleep rough for homelessness
Dublin City Council to buy 92 homes in Ballymun
Councillors take up to 7 months to re-let vacant social housing
Ireland in state of crisis in relation to homelessness, according to housing charity chairperson
Leo’s homelessness comments show a lack of sympathy
Former homeless woman defies the odds to now lecture at Trinity
Unlocking a hidden Ireland one travesty at a time
How to help the Homeless
New year, same issue: what can we do to help the homeless?
The building protrudes from concrete aisles of office blocks, asserting its dominant structure over neighbourly dwellings scattered within its range.