An online photographic exhibition
This exhibition has taken shape over a period of about 2 years, with the photos being taken a various locations around the country, mostly on the east coast of Ireland and Dublin in particular. The main aim of this exhibition is to highlight the huge inequalities that still exist in this country and as part of that aim I wish to encourage you to donate to The Simon Community or any other organisations that help support the homeless.
The recession in Ireland is supposed to be over long ago, but I find myself asking is that really the case? It may well be over for some but for a large section of Irish society life has only improved marginally or not at all, in fact for some it has dramatically worsened. Homelessness in Ireland is catastrophic and continues to worsen while ghost estates remain unfinished and homes empty as the shortage of affordable rented accommodation continues despite well-intended government intervention.
Whether you agree with my viewpoint or not, please take a look at the exhibtion, I think that the photographs speak for themselves.
Please click on the banner below to donate to the Simon Community - homelessness can happen to anyone and the work they (and other such organisations) do very much deserves to be supported.