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Doyle, Pat (2018) Shelter costs in Ireland and the transition to secure more effective responses to homelessness. Homeless in Europe , Spring 2018 , pp. 13-16.

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In recent years, Ireland’s homeless crisis has been characterised by a sustained increase in the total number of people accessing state-funded emergency home¬less accommodation1. As of January 2018, a total of 9,104 people were accessing homeless accommodation, a 59% increase in two years. This has presented significant challenges to local government, homeless agencies and voluntary homeless organisations who are seeking to ensure adequate provision of emergency shelter at a time of acute housing shortage......

Item Type:Article
Date:April 2018
Page Range:pp. 13-16
Publisher:Feantsa
Volume:Spring 2018
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Subjects:MA-ML Social science, culture and community > Social condition > Homelessness
MA-ML Social science, culture and community > Social condition > Homelessness > Homeless services
T Demographic characteristics > Homeless person
VA Geographic area > Europe
VA Geographic area > Europe > Ireland

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