Campaigners have said the Government has been too slow to put measures in place to deal with the housing crisis.
They are announcing a second "Raise the Roof" protest - which will take place on Saturday, May 18 in Dublin.
The last event - organised by trade unions, housing charities and political parties - saw 15,000 people attend.
One of those behind the movement, Macdara Doyle, said they are hoping to keep the pressure on the Government.
He said: "Last October the Dáil passed a cross-party motion, which contained a number of simple measures aimed at dealing with the housing crisis.
"They were to take actions on evictions, create rent certainty, create a legal right to housing and invest in a major programme of public housing construction.
"Those measures were passed and endorsed by a majority of parties and TDs in Leinster House and we're demanding they're fully implemented."