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International Protection Act

International Protection Act

*Next information session on International Protection Act: 8th March 2017 at 2:30pm* Have you received a questionnaire from the International Protection Office? If you are a current applicant in the asylum and protection process, you may have received a questionnaire and a ...

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Arabic language classes

Arabic language classes

Our 6 week course in basic Arabic language skills was postponed for one week and it will now start on Thursday 23rd February at 5:30pm in Central Buildings. Our apologies for any inconvenience this may have caused! We have had great interest in ...

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Our impact in 2016

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 ...

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Job & volunteer opportunities

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. Anti-Trafficking & Outreach Officer (paid position) Advice & Information Intern ...

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International Protection Act

International Protection Act

The International Protection Act (2015)  came into effect on 31st December 2016. The new legislation will impact on asylum and family reunification applications in a number of ways, including the key changes outlined below. Doras Luimni will hold an information session on ...

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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.