In 2015, from the youngest to the oldest student the cost of going to school is €365 - €785 respectively.
The latest Department of Environment figures reveal 865 children living in hostels, B&Bs and hotels.
Nearly one in seven people are in poverty of whom 211,000 are children.
Setting up of Charities Regulatory Authority “a watershed moment for transparency” for charities in Ireland.
"UNICEF report reveals shocking and frankly shameful data for Ireland": Fergus Finlay, CEO of Barnardos.
Charities welcome budget's benefits and focus on job creation.
"Looking after children is how you define a society’" - yet in Ireland today, one in ten children lives in consistent poverty.
Buckets for Barnardos highlights that one child in ten in Ireland is living in consistent poverty.
“The cost of sending children back to school is crippling too many families" warns Fergus Finlay.
Barnardos urges Government to quickly address rising rents and serious lack of social housing.
Up to now parents have had very little say in school uniform policy SVP warn.
Those who are struggling throughout Ireland have suffered enough SVP warns.
“Successive Governments have betrayed families," Barnardos’ CEO, Fergus Finlay.
64% of 230 charities experienced a decline in income in first half of the year.
Latest Barnardos survey reveals anger that not enough is being done to address costs.