Candidate for Dublin South-West

Carly was the SocDems national coordinator for the Repeal the 8th campaign and is passionate about creating a fair society and providing good quality public services. Carly spends her time campaigning for gender equality, disability rights, housing and education

Carly grew up in Cavan and has lived in Dublin for most of her adult life. Carly and her husband, who is from Perrystown in Dublin, moved to Firhouse with their two young children four years ago.

They sadly lost their family home to a vulture fund as a result of the recession, which led to Carly returning to education to study law and political science at Trinity College, having completed the Trinity Access Programme there.

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“I believe in a fair society, good quality public services, choice of schools, affordable housing and I want to see an end to harmful austerity measures that have hurt so many of us.”

I believe in a fair society, good quality public services, choice of schools, affordable housing and I want to see an end to harmful austerity measures that have hurt so many of us.

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2 days ago

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In this video I speak about the housing crisis. We believe the state has an obligation to provide adequate social and affordable housing for us, it’s citizens. Come join us or support us to help make this a reality.

www.facebook.com/socialdemocratsireland/videos/1998052546873173/

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2 weeks ago

Carly Bailey

Looking forward to this public meeting next week.

This is such a really important conversation to be had. Tara Deacy has organised a great line up of speakers to talk about our use of drugs, decriminalisation, as well as the benefits of implementing harm reduction policies. Tara also has first hand experience from working with people in communities with addiction issues.

All the evidence demonstrates that a radical shift in approach is necessary and would benefit all within our society. Come along if you want to find out more.
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Looking forward to this public meeting next week.

This is such a really important conversation to be had. Tara Deacy has organised a great line up of speakers to talk about our use of drugs, decriminalisation, as well as the benefits of implementing harm reduction policies. Tara also has first hand experience from working with people in communities with addiction issues.

All the evidence demonstrates that a radical shift in approach is necessary and would benefit all within our society. Come along if you want to find out more.

 

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Thanks for the share Carly 💜

2 weeks ago

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Great photo! Shows your strength 👌

@williamhboney1 Panorama of #Blessington Lakes County #Wicklow yesterday. Saw @GeorgeLeeRTE report from #Bohernabreena - lots of water in Blessington, rivers flowing too - levels lower but not that serious. Capacity, lack of planning by politicians & leaks, leaks, leaks the problem. #Marian

“Recommendation that state take more direct role in housing development removed from final report; Department did not want to consider cost of development land in report on housing costs” Absolutely infuriating to read this. #HousingCrisis

Civil servants cut key advice from Housing Agency report | BusinessPost.ie

Recommendation that state take more direct role in housing development removed from final report; Department did not want to consider cost of developm...

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