Tag Archives: Immigration

PRESS RELEASE 09.08.17: Unique portraits of undocumented migrants go on show in Dublin

Undocumented migrants unveil new portraits and ask Ireland: Can You See Me Now? A unique photographic exhibition opens today in Dublin’s Filmbase. 11 undocumented migrants, all living and working in Ireland for many years, sat for photographer Liam Murphy. For most,
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  • DWAG quilt project highlighting the need for social and economice justice

JOINT STATEMENT 30.01.17: Permitting Pre-Clearance to Operate in Ireland May Violate Human Rights

Joint Statement from Irish Human Rights Organisations President Trump’s Executive Order adopting a targeted ban on refugees and migrants from certain countries should be strongly and categorically condemned by the Irish government. This Executive Order is a barely concealed attempt
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23.08.16: CSO statistics show urgent need for immigration reform in Ireland

In response to CSO statistics released today (Tuesday 23rd August), the Migrant Rights Centre Ireland (MRCI) has said Ireland needs to act now to ensure migrants have rights, dignity and security. Return to net inward migration (more people coming to
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Ireland is Home 2016: A survey of 1008 undocumented migrants

Migrant Rights Centre Ireland has launched the results of a survey of 1,008 people living undocumented in Ireland. The survey is the only one of its kind in Ireland, and provides the fullest picture yet of the thousands of undocumented
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Undocumented in Dublin & New York – watch our most recent film now

Patrick is from Cork, Ireland. Marites is from Batangas in the Philippines. He lives in New York and works in construction; she lives in Dublin and works as a childminder. On the surface their lives are very different, but Patrick
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