Tag Archives: Migrant Rights

Migration brings stability, diversity, innovation and talent

December 18th 2016 Today (Sunday 18th December) marks International Migrants Day, a day to celebrate migration and the diversity it brings; a day to recognise how our communities, workplaces and schools are enriched with new talent, ideas and energy. Migration
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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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MRCI is moving!

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
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Ireland may be imprisoning victims of slavery, warns new report on trafficking for cannabis cultivation

Media Release Monday 31st March 2014 New report calls for immediate review of all potential cases of trafficking for slavery in cannabis production to identify and protect victims Published today as part of a major European project on trafficking for
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Undocumented migrants in Ireland highlight hidden plight on St Patrick’s Day

Taoiseach and Ministers speak out for Irish undocumented in the US, but are silent on the parallel issue of the undocumented in Ireland Media Release 13th March 2014 As part of a decades-old St Patrick’s Day tradition, Government ministers will spend
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