A SOUP kitchen charity has hit back at a report which criticised its efforts to dole out free food to the homeless.
The Muslim Sisters Of Eire, which operates a food service outside the GPO on Dublin's O'Connell Street, described the report as insulting.
The charity was responding to a report commissioned by the Dublin Regional Homeless Executive which called for action to address risks” posed by such services.
Late night on-street homeless aid providing food, toiletries and clothes were variously described "undignified" and "unsafe" in the DRHE report.
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