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Intercultural Cities: Limerick

Intercultural Cities: Limerick

Limerick formally signed the Intercultural Cities agreement on 19th November 2014, in advance of the conference "Sports, Arts and Culture in the Intercultural City", which was held in Limerick on 20th &21st November. Doras Luimní initiated Limerick's participation in the Intercultural Cities network in 2012, which is a programme funded by the ...

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New Anti-Rumours website

The Anti-Rumours project team have launched a website for the campaign, which includes information on the project in Limerick and across Europe. Research carried out by the Limerick anti-rumours project team is available to read online, as well as access to other useful resources that will help you ...

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Welcome to Limerick Guide

Doras Luimní has developed an New Arrivals guide to assist people who have recently immigrated to Limerick. The online version which has a comprehensive list of resources is available at: http://welcometolimerick.weebly.com/ A booklet in hard copy is available from Doras Luimní which is useful for companies and institutions that have large ...

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Report provides evidence of Racism and Discrimination

As many as 80% of those who experienced racism or discrimination do not report it. This is one of the findings of a study carried out by UCD-based researcher Dr Patricia Kennedy, published in a report entitled ‘Treated Differently? Evidence of racism and discrimination and racism from a local perspective’. It ...

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React Against Racism

Racism is a widespread and serious in Ireland. We strongly encourage anyone affected by any form of racism or discrimination to make a formal complaint to the Gardaí. We offering advice, information and support on reporting or responding to racism. If you have experienced or witnessed racism or discrimination, ...

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Doras Luimní is an independent, non-profit, non-governmental organisation working to support and promote the rights of all migrants living in Limerick and the wider Mid-West region.

We work to change the lives of migrants, to change legislation and to change society.

Our vision for Ireland is a society where equality and respect for the human rights of migrants are social norms.

Our mission is to promote and uphold the human rights and well-being of migrants through personal advocacy, integration development and collaborative advocacy campaigns at the local and national level.

Doras Luimní is registered as a company and has charitable status.