Free & confidential advice on immigration-related issues by phone, by email or in person. Our opening hours are:
Mon 9:30am to 12:30pm & 2:00pm to 4:30pm,
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Doras Luimní has been campaigning for change since the year 2000. Direct Provision remains a key focus of our advocacy & campaigning work. Learn more about Direct Provision and our related campaigns:
Issues & Campaigns
Doras Luimní’s commitment to making a real difference in people’s lives is evident in all of their work. The IRC is delighted to have the opportunity to collaborate with Doras Luimní on the issue of Direct Provision. Their Invisible Children exhibition has shone a light on the realities of living conditions in Direct Provision.
Sharon WatersCommunications & Public Affairs Officer, Irish Refugee Council
Without Doras Luimní’s support there is no telling where my children would be today or even if they would still be alive. During the dark days when I was so lonely and frightened and missing my home and my family, Doras Luimní was there. They were a light in the darkness for me.
ADAPT Domestic Abuse Services is pleased to collaborate with Doras Luimní on a number of issues related to the rights of migrants, particularly in relation to women experiencing domestic abuse. We also fully support the anti-trafficking outreach work of Doras and have worked with them to lobby for changes to legislation on prostitution. Together we strive for equality and justice for all, regardless of gender or nationality.