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Quality Care through Quality Jobs: A social enterprise in homecare, owned by the workers

The idea to set up a worker-owned business that treats employees fairly is something that workers have been talking about for years in MRCI. Setting up a worker-owned business seems like a natural solution to workplace exploitation. So when the
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Yes, we’re moving again…

…and this time it’s for good! In October, the MRCI is moving to 13 Lower Dorset Street, Dublin 1. Our Drop-In Centre will be closed from Wednesday 3rd October to Tuesday 16th October, reopening again in our new home on Wednesday 17th October
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Manual on regularisations for children, young people and families

  Manual on regularisations for children, young people and families (pdf) Executive summary (pdf) Uncertain, precarious or irregular status has negative impacts on the health and well-being of children and young people. As well as facing the risk of being
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Building Better Futures

Building Better Futures: Building Social Enterprise with Migrant Women Entrepreneurs funded under the ESF Gender Equality Fund, Women’s Entrepreneurship Before coming to Ireland, many migrant women were entrepreneurs and active in business. Discrimination, language barriers, cultural issues, poor networks and a
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Thank you for 2017!

Can you believe it’s almost 2018? This year, My Fair Home showed the close bond between care workers and the people they care for with their beautiful #careselfies, JFU held the first-ever exhibition of portraits of undocumented people in Ireland and Young,
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