Tag Archives: migrants

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 young people mark International Youth Day with spoken word performance in Dublin

Ombudsman for Children Dr Niall Muldoon to open invite-only event in private venue “Ireland is my home; it’s the only home I’ve ever known” – Sara, 16. Today (Friday 12th August) a group of young people aged 15-22 will mark
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#RefugeesWelcome: What YOU can do

All week, amazing people across Ireland have been reaching out to ask what they can do to help alleviate the suffering at Europe’s borders. Here are a few suggestions – if you have others, please email communications@mrci.ie. – Sign this
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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). Red
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Joint media statement: Unfolding and heightening crisis in the Mediterranean

Joint Media Statement by the Irish Refugee Council (IRC) and the Migrant Rights Centre Ireland (MRCI) The deaths of up to 950 people, many of them children, in the Mediterranean at the weekend is reported to be the largest loss
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