Tag Archives: Justice for the Undocumented

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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Undocumented Migrants Welcome Political Support for Regularisation

Media Release 29th June 2017 Today (29th June 2017) the Joint Committee on Justice and Equality launched their report on Immigration, Asylum and the Refugee Crisis – a focus of their work in 2016. Representatives from the Justice for the
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Conference inputs from Undocumented in Ireland: The Moral and Economic Rationale for Regularisation

On Tuesday May 3rd 2016, MRCI and the JFU campaign hosted a conference, Undocumented in Ireland: the moral and economic rationale for regularisation, in the Science Gallery, Trinity College, Dublin. This conference offered a vital and timely exploration of the need for a
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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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Huge majority support route back into system for undocumented migrants in Ireland and the US

69% of the Irish public are in favour of giving undocumented migrants here a route back into the system, according to a new poll carried out by Red C Research on behalf of the Migrant Rights Centre Ireland (MRCI). Read
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