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Thursday January 01 1970

No More Deaths On Our Streets

category dublin | housing | event notice author Saturday September 10, 2005 20:09author by Jon Glackin - Street Seenauthor email streetseen04 at hotmail dot comauthor phone 07743275533 Report this post to the editors

No More Deaths On Our Streets
Saturday 17 September @ 2pm
Central Bank
Dame Street
Dublin 2


Supported by:
Street Seen
Fr. Peter McVerry
Mick O’Reilly, Reg. Sec. TGWU
Ray O’Reilly, Asst. Gen. Sec. IWU
International Homeless Forum http://www.forums.homeless.org.au/
Residents Against Racism

http://www.indymedia.ie/newswire.php?story_id=71896

The recent tragic deaths of two ‘homeless’ people in Dublin highlights the Governments acute inadequacies in serving its citizens. On a weekly basis people die needlessly on Irish streets due to the acute lack of housing and lack of services to those in need. In response to these recent deaths Street Seen, Irish Anti-Poverty Paper, are calling on people to protest in Dublin saying clearly enough is enough: No More Deaths On Our Streets

Further Details:
Jon Glackin 0774 327 5533
Mark Grehan 087 797 4622

author by Con Carrollpublication date Fri Sep 16, 2005 17:06author address author phone Report this post to the editors

are you as fed up as I am seeing the same bloody faces on every political platform in this country?
who use people who experience poverty and political alienation for their own agenda
one has to ask where were trade union activists voices concern about the growing number of youth living on the streets of Dublin, Cork, Galway Belfast? answer nowhere, instead these people were more interseted in their top positions in their unions along with their friends and their financial intake
is it only now that it has dawned on them that there is a situation with people been exploitated in the drugs trade also in the sex trade living on our streets and hostels.
I recently raised this isue while attending for interview with a drugs project for a place on a ce scheme.
there are those employed in the poverty industry who make a very comfortable living from the backs of people who experience poverty and political alienation. it is about time that these poverty pimps were told to fuck off empowere yourselves and take to the streets.

 
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