Thousands of people have gathered in the city for the annual May Day march.
This year, the march is focusing on what they describe as the Government's failed efforts to solve the homelessness crisis.
Demonstrators gathered at the Garden of Remembrance before making their way through the city centre toward Liberty Hall.
Fr Peter McVerry addressed the rally and called for more action from the Government. The march was organised by the Dublin Council of Trade Unions and the National Homeless and Housing Coalition.
The latest statistics from Focus Ireland show there has been a 35% increase in the number of rough sleepers in Dublin in the past year. They also show 138 people slept on the streets of Dublin on the night of April 4th - the highest ever recorded for that time of year.