Focus On A Youth Strategy

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Above from left Elaine Ryan, Michelle Byrne and Fay White from Focus Ireland who helped  deliver a petition with over 10,700 signatures

This afternoon.

Leinster House, Kildare Street, Dublin 2.

Focus Ireland delivers a petition signed by over 10,700 people calling for a National Youth Homeless Strategy.

The number of 18-24 year-olds homeless has risen by 82% in just 4 years.

Focus Ireland has called on all political parties to include a commitment to a national Youth Homeless Strategy in their manifestos for the forthcoming General Election.

Focus Ireland

Previously: 10, 345 

Sasko Lazarov/Photocall Ireland

5 thoughts on “Focus On A Youth Strategy

  1. garrett

    The number of 18-24 year-olds homeless is at 100%, or damn near close to it. All those who are still living at home are also homeless.

  2. curmudgeon

    TheJournal did a piece a while back on the highest and lowest earning CEO’s in the charity sector – not only did Focus Ireland not reply to their request to publish salary details or respond to the article, Focus Ireland actually gets the most amount of public money per year of all the “charities”. Their CEO pay at the time was 125K even though their CEO was absent. The interim CEO was on the same money. Quite a snub to the hard pressed tax payer who should be demanding that any public money given to an NGO have completely publicly viewable records. That goes for everyone of them: charities/GAA/FAI/Horse Racing Ireland. We are being robbed blind by chancers and charlatans, Broadsheet providing them a platform as always.

    thejournal.ie/irish-charity-ceo-salaries-spending-best-practice-2659408-Mar2016/

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