Monthly Archives: January 2017

Our impact in 2016

Doras worked with almost 1,200 people from 86 countries, addressing 58 different issues and needs throughout 2016.

Out of the 86 different nationalities of the people with whom we worked, the top 5 countries of origin were: Afghanistan; Pakistan; Sudan; Brazil and Somalia.

The top 5 issues on which we worked were: family reunification; asylum applications; social welfare issues; citizenship applications; and housing supports, including supporting people moving from Direct Provision to independent accommodation.

For more details on the people we assisted and the work of Doras Luimní, please download our summary report below.

DownloadOur impact in 2016

Job & volunteer opportunities

*The deadline for applications has now passed.*

We have a number of opportunities at present, including paid and unpaid internships and volunteer positions. For full details, please visit our Vacancies page.

For more information on any of the above listed roles please contact Leonie Kerins, Director, at l.kerins@dorasluimni.org or call 061310328.

Doras Luimní is an equal opportunities employer. We particularly welcome applications from ethnic minority and/or migrant communities.

Volunteer Arabic Tutor needed

Volunteer Arabic Tutor neededAre you interested in volunteering with Doras Luimní as an Arabic language tutor? We are currently seeking to recruit a volunteer tutor to help us provide basic Arabic classes in Limerick city centre.

If you are an Arabic speaker and have teaching experience, with an interest in the work that we do, we would love to hear from you!

If you are interested in learning more about this opportunity, please contact us by email at info@dorasluimni.org, by phone on 061 310 328 or drop in to our office during opening hours (Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 09:30am to 4:30pm).

Thank you!