Tag Archives: children

  • Section of quilt made by domestic workers

In Ireland, workers in private homes are most at risk of exploitation – new EU report

A new EU Fundamental Rights Agency (FRA) report on labour exploitation across the EU has found that in Ireland, domestic workers are most at risk of exploitation. The report ‘Severe labour exploitation: workers moving within or into the EU’ tracks
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Undocumented children and parents make a Christmas wish at the Dáil

Migrant Rights Centre Ireland (MRCI) 18 December 2014 On International Migrants Day, Barnardos and MRCI call on the Government to give undocumented migrants the chance to regularise their status A group of undocumented parents and children met outside the Dáil
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New Minister for Justice has the power to protect the most vulnerable

Groups call for hope for undocumented and young asylum seekers & refugees. The Irish Refugee Council (IRC) and Migrant Rights Centre Ireland (MRCI) today came together to call on the new Minister to protect some of the most vulnerable people
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Minding the Gap: Equality for Children of Non-EU Migrants Accessing Third Level in Ireland

2013 research & policy paper produced by MRCI. Over the past decade of inwards migration to Ireland, significant gaps in our immigration policies and procedures have made it difficult for children of non-EU migrants to secure citizenship. This continues to
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  • Facts about Migrant workers

Facts about Migrant Workers in Ireland

Throughout history, migration has been accompanied by fears and negative myths and misinformation about newcomers.  Many people do not have access to clear, accurate information about migrant workers. When left unchallenged, misinformation leads to prejudice, racism, discrimination and inequality. This
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