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On the Frontline: Meet the people who help the homeless

We speak to the people who work on the frontline of homelessness.

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THE PEOPLE WHO work on the frontline of Ireland’s homeless services see what faces homeless people every day of their lives.

They know the varying reasons why people find themselves homeless, the difficulties people face in getting their own home, the initiatives that would improve people’s situations, and what needs to be done by the Government to help the needy.

We asked them about their jobs, homelessness in Ireland, and what needs to change:

Pic: Andrew Bennett via Flickr/Creative Commons

Read our full Homeless Ireland coverage here>

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