We will be sharing a new office from 7th July at 37 Dame Street, Dublin 2 with our friends in the Irish Refugee Council. It’s a brilliant location in the very heart of Dublin and it is an amazing opportunity for both organisations to share our skills, expertise and experience to work together for social change.
Our community workers will keep fighting for change with groups like the Domestic Workers Action Group and Justice for the Undocumented, and our advocacy team will continue to support people through cases of trafficking, forced labour and severe exploitation. MRCI as a whole will continue to work for justice and to stand with migrants against the root causes of inequality.
And of course, we want YOU to come too – we’ll hold an open day for everyone over the summer, and we can’t wait to celebrate our new home with you.
IRC and MRCI will have a shared Drop-In Centre where our caseworkers will continue to provide information, advice and support to migrants, asylum seekers and refugees.
The Drop-In Centre will support people through a huge range of issues, including:
employment permits, general immigration and residency, workplace rights, trafficking for forced labour, undocumented migrants, family reunification, direct provision, the asylum application process, Subsidiary Protection, Leave to Remain, documentation, and deportation orders.
To accommodate this move we will have to close to the public from Mon 30th June to Fri 4th July inclusive. The new office for both IRC and MRCI will open on Monday 7th July 2014.
NEW OPENING TIMES for the shared Drop-In Centre from 7th July will be Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 10am to 1 pm and from 2pm to 4pm.
Our phone number will remain the same: 01 889 7570.