Posted on 08. Jun, 2005, in Economy, Faith and Justice, PovertyNo Comments
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Ireland’s population is heading towards 5 million, but there are no signs of decent housing policy. Sean Healy of CORI argues that these ideas need to be addressed if current challenges are to be met. He claims the government is doing very little to tackle the problems faced by the most vulnerable. Miriam Gormally met with him and asked what he thinks needs to be done.
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