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In pics: March on the Dáil for disability access

Thousands took to the streets in Dublin to demand equal rights – and no cuts in resources – for those with disabilities.

THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE with disabilities, their relatives and supporters marched to Leinster House from Dame Street this afternoon to demand equal rights and greater resources in the upcoming Budget.

Read Amy Croffey’s report on the march here. This was the scene as the Disability Rights Coalition-organised march got their message across:

In pics: March on the Dáil for disability access
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  • Protest against disability cuts

  • Protest against disability cuts

  • Protest against disability cuts

  • Protest against disability cuts

  • Protest against disability cuts

  • Protest against disability cuts

  • Protest against disability cuts

  • Protest against disability cuts

  • Protest against disability cuts

  • Protest against disability cuts

  • Protest against disability cuts

  • Protest against disability cuts

  • Protest against disability cuts

  • Protest against disability cuts

  • Protest against disability cuts

All images by Sam Boal/Photocall Ireland

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