A solidarity vigil is taking place this afternoon in Dublin City Centre, for those attacked last week and those who were affected by rioting.
The Irish Congress of Trade Unions is urging people to attend, and express gratitude for Gardaí, firefighters, paramedics and others who were in "harm's way" on Thursday night.
ICTU has also said its thoughts are with those injured following the attack on Parnell Square, and the wider community.
One child remains in a critical condition in hospital, a woman is in a serious but stable condition.
In a statement ICTU says: "We want to express our solidarity with the children and care worker viciously attacked in Parnell Square. Our thoughts are with them and their families at this traumatic time and we sincerely hope they all recover from this awful event. We also express our solidarity with the school concerned and all its staff, pupils and families."
General Secretary Owen Reidy says: "We condemn in the strongest terms the unacceptable and outrageous thuggery witnessed on the streets of our capital city.
"We pay tribute to our wonderful Garda, Firefighters, ambulance personnel, local authority workers and our transport workers in how they have responded. They are an example of public service. No worker should be in harm's way when called to work and they clearly were.
"We condemn the looting and vandalism and are conscious that this behaviour from violent thugs has the potential to damage business and leave some workers in the retail and hospitality sectors in the city centre laid off or possibly losing their livelihoods. This is unacceptable.
"The scenes of violence in our capital were displayed right throughout the world and has done significant damage."