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# Poverty

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Calls to Vincent de Paul have increased by 80 per cent
Column: Extreme poverty is right in front of us – and what are we doing?
Sr Stanislaus Kennedy
The Daily Fix: Monday
Column: Why is the payment of €1.5bn to bondholders not news?
Stephen Donnelly
Report: 700,000 living in poverty in Ireland
Column: Tackling poverty is not just about money, it's about persuasion
Abhijit V. Banerjee
Top earners see 8% increase in disposable income: CSO
Disposable income falls and risk of poverty rises: CSO
Time not right for Single Working Age Payment, says Oireachtas committee’s progress report for the Government: Social welfare
Column: Women and girls hold solution to extreme poverty
Bernadette Crawford
Ireland gives €5 million in emergency funding to Sahel region
Gilmore: Communion allowance cut to stop 'lavish' spending
Government ‘failing its own targets’ on poverty and unemployment
Businesses club together to host party for 500 homeless people
Unemployment is the world's fastest growing concern - survey
Two senators nominated by Enda Kenny critical of Budget 2012
In numbers: the first half of Budget 2012
Child benefit cut 'unfairly targets the most vulnerable'
Column: Applying the lessons of beating Big Tobacco to beating Big Food
Frank Armstrong
Column: The drugs do work - but there are new obstacles in the fight against AIDS
Breda Gahan
Almost a quarter of Irish people living in ‘deprivation’ – survey
Column: These arrests won’t tackle the root causes of crime in Limerick
Niamh Hourigan
Dramatic increase in number of people sleeping rough in Dublin
Catholic priests in Dublin to face 9 per cent income cut
Column: An open letter to the world’s seven billionth child
Tom Arnold
Charity expresses concern about out-of-date poverty figures
300% increase in people needing 5c dinners
Nearly 800,000 children in Somalia face immediate death
Demand for help from children's charity 'higher than ever' as Barnardos releases new ad
More Irish families being pushed into poverty and seeking advice
The poorest countries in the developed world...
Gap between rich and poor broadened since 1987
Gouda news story: the free cheese is out there
Haiti cholera epidemic death toll hits 900
Child beggars up by 9%, according to ISPCC
One in seven living in poverty in US