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Africa Day 2015 - Public Consultation

A public consultation will be held on Thursday 9th April from 5:00pm - 7:00pm at Central Buildings, 51A O'Connell Street, Limerick. The consultation will provide an opportunity for all interested persons to share their thoughts and views on Africa Day and ...

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Vacancy: Legal Officer (Full-time)

Doras Luimní are currently inviting applications for the position of Legal Officer. The Legal Officer will have the overall responsibility of managing Doras’ Direct Support Service which provides one-to-one legal information and advice on a range of immigration related issues to our ...

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Clear the Asylum Backlog

Clear the Asylum Backlog

The Irish Refugee Council and Doras Luimní are seeking support for the campaign to clear the asylum backlog. If you would like to get involved, you can contact the Minister for Justice asking her to take action on this proposal. ...

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Training Programme 2015

Doras Luimní provides training to organisations and individuals on a range of migrant-related topics including Intercultural Awareness; Immigration Law and Policy and Migrant Rights and Entitlements. We offer in-house training as well as tailored training courses designed to meet the exact ...

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Launch of 'No Choices, No Chances' research report

Doras Luimní launched a new report on our human trafficking and migrant prostitution case work, which outlines the cases presenting to Doras Luimní over an 18 month period. It provides evidence of the complexity of human trafficking, the difficulties facing migrants who ...

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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.