Limerick asylum centre worker claims extremists have infiltrated the system #Limerick
A MAN working in a Limerick refugee centre claims that staff have been subjected to physical attacks and mental abuse by individuals and gangs of radical Muslim men living in the centre. The man, who has asked to remain anonymous out of fear of reprisals, is of Middle Eastern origin and has been living in Ireland for nearly …
57 fleeing children arrived lost and alone at Irish ports in 2015
At least 57 children have arrived in Ireland to seek asylum without a parent or guardian since the beginning of the year, the Sunday Independent has learned.
Ireland ‘almost a laughing stock’ in dealing with migrants
Nearly one per cent of the world’s population are asylum seekers, refugees or migrants forcibly displaced in their own countries, the highest number in recorded history. File photograph: AFP/Getty Images
"I'm not a racist, but..." - Campaign aims to quash migrant rumours
“I’m not a racist, but..” A LIMERICK migrant rights group is working on a campaign to dispel some of the more common myths surrounding asylum seekers and immigrants. Kathy Masterson speaks to Doras Luimní to find out the truth behind the rumours. “I’m not a racist, but…” This seemingly innocuous statement is one most Irish […]