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#Public Interest Law Alliance

# public-interest-law-alliance - Friday 28 March, 2014

Column: Anybody – not just the elites – can use law to change society

Even a state with limited resources can prioritise human rights. We’re determined to ignite a passion for using the law to help disenfranchised communities, writes Mairead Healy.

# public-interest-law-alliance - Wednesday 24 July, 2013

Column: Human rights should be placed at the heart of budgetary decisions

Around 6.9 per cent of the Irish population live in consistent poverty; in order to break the cycle and support dignified living, the government needs to listen to the people affected, writes Saoirse Brady.

# public-interest-law-alliance - Wednesday 18 April, 2012

Private financing could help build social housing in Ireland - report

Clúid Housing Association’s report looked at how the UK and Canada successfully employ a private finance model for social rented housing.