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New Irish migration figures point to urgent need for reform of labour migration system

CSO has released stats on population and migration, revealing that some 90,300 people moved to Ireland last year – 28,400 Irish nationals, 31,000 people from the EU, and 30,900 people from outside the EU. Non-EU migrants still have to navigate
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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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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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19.09.2016: After UN Summit for Refugees and Migrants, Ireland needs immigration reform

On the eve of the UN Summit for Refugees and Migrants (19 Sept 2016) in New York, the Migrant Rights Centre Ireland (MRCI) calls on the Irish government to take the lead in implementing commitments made at the summit. Edel
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07.09.16: One year on, Government needs to act fast to keep its promise on refugees

Coalition says Ireland has taken in just one unaccompanied child since pledge Group of NGOs call for speedier relocation and humanitarian scheme to bring loved ones to safety here in Ireland in advance of first UN Summit on Migration A
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