My name is Pat Kelly and I’m from Blackrock in Cork. I’m 72 now. When I was younger, I was a bread-van driver for 20 years and then a factory worker. In 1984, I had to have major back surgery. I had two discs removed and, subsequently, wasn’t able to work. I began caring fulltime […]
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In June, 2015, the Commission made a presentation to the UN Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, in which it raised serious concerns regarding access and availability of affordable housing in the State and made specific recommendations to remedy the situation. In addition, the Commission, through its work and contact with individuals, is very […]
My name is Debbie Mulhall. I’ve lived in Dolphin House, Dublin 8, all my life. In recent years, I’ve also begun to work there as a Development Worker. My community is a strong, vibrant one: some residents are like me and have lived there for generations; all residents put their hearts and souls into building […]
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