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Map of Ireland - RIA Centres Geographical Spread

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Ireland to accept up to 4,000 persons under Relocation and Resettlement programmes- Fitzgerald - The Department of Justice and Equality

Ireland to accept up to 4,000 persons under Relocation and Resettlement programmes- Fitzgerald

Ireland to accept up to 4,000 persons under Relocation and Resettlement programmes- Fitzgerald

Government pledge on asylum reform report dropped

Government pledge on asylum reform report dropped

Government pledge on asylum reform report dropped

resettlement - refugee stories

Office for the Promotion of Migrant Integration

Refugees tell their stories.

Asylum centres should come under Ombudsman, say TDs

Asylum centres should come under Ombudsman, say TDs

Asylum centres should come under Ombudsman, say TDs

Direct Provision – the Magdalene Laundries of the 21st Century? | Trinity College Law Review (TCLR) | Trinity College Dublin

Direct Provision – the Magdalene Laundries of the 21st Century? | Trinity College Law Review (TCLR) | Trinity College Dublin

In the past few weeks, the issue of Direct Provision has been discussed at length in light of the recent case of C.A. & T.A. v The Minister of Justice and others. Many were shocked and dismayed upon learning of the High Court ruling that Direct Provision does not breach human rights. There has been widespreadContinue reading →

Refugees to be given integration courses before being resettled around Ireland

Refugees to be given integration courses before being resettled around Ireland

Refugees to be given integration courses before being resettled around Ireland

THE company that runs the Mount Trenchard direct provision centre near Foynes spends €120,000 per year on transport, $3,600 on broadband and a further €1,200 on satellite television.

€120k for buses at Mount Trenchard direct provision centre

THE company that runs the Mount Trenchard direct provision centre near Foynes spends €120,000 per year on transport, $3,600 on broadband and a further €1,200 on satellite television.

Food rules at Direct Provision centres slammed as 'degrading'

Group working to support rights of migrants wants the centre closed

Limerick asylum seekers’ centre ‘a jungle and a jail’

Group working to support rights of migrants wants the centre closed