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# direct provision

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Justice Minister: 'Root-and-branch' change to Direct Provision will 'ultimately lead to its abolition'
Overhaul of Direct Provision system recommended by expert group tasked with improving residents' welfare
Over 32,000 people sign petition calling for government to end Direct Provision
Covid-19 transported to Direct Provision centre in Caherciveen from Dublin, Dáil committee told
Charlie Flanagan apologises to Cahersiveen locals and residents in Direct Provision centre
HSE letter outlines Direct Provision strategy but warns accommodation may be 'insufficient or unsuitable' for self-isolation
PPE will cost €1 billion this year, and number of Covid-19 patients in ICU has halved from peak
'We've been firefighting': Inside the State's response to Covid-19 in Direct Provision
Simon Harris thanks 160 healthcare workers who live in Direct Provision
Asylum seekers continue calls to be moved out of Covid-struck former hotel in Kerry
Non-family sharing rooms in Direct Provision 'plainly contrary' to public health advice, Refugee Council says
Coronavirus: Health officials confirm 62 cases in Direct Provision centres
CMO warns progress could be 'undone very quickly' as data shows increase in population movement
Covid-19 crisis highlights how 'unsuitable' some Direct Provisions conditions are, Ombudsman says
Justice Dept: Over 650 new beds 'will facilitate greater social distancing and isolation' in Direct Provision
Department to hold meeting with locals in Rosslare ahead of new Direct Provision centre opening
Four buildings in Tullamore town centre to be used for new direct provision centre
'We don't want to create an 'us and them' scenario': Tullamore councillors to discuss planned Direct Provision centre
Direct provision centre to accommodate up to 168 asylum seekers in Offaly from early March
'I might never see my parents again': Asylum seekers share their experiences of isolation and PTSD
Opinion: How would I, a refugee in Ireland, vote in this election?
Evgeny Shtorn
Last-minute reprieve for Cork students as family saved from deportation
'They operate in a vacuum': Migrant rights group hits out at lack of inspections for hotels housing asylum seekers
Campaign under way to save family living in Cork from being deported later this week
Limerick Direct Provision centre to shut next month
Video of crowded Direct Provision room not staged, says asylum seeker group
Student living in Direct Provision says jail would be 'better than being here'
Justice Department to make 'formal requests' to coroners after woman who died in Direct Provision buried alone
Dept of Justice says video of cramped Direct Provision room 'appears to have been staged'
Man arrested after fire at Limerick Direct Provision centre
Justice Minister welcomes 50 Syrians at Mosney following arrival at Dublin Airport
Direct Provision expert group announced to look at ways to 'better meet needs of asylum seekers'
'Nothing special being asked of Oughterard' in accommodating asylum seekers, said top Justice official
Protesters barred from interfering in accommodation being fitted out for asylum seekers in Leitrim
'Treated like cattle': Justice Committee chair says 'profiteering' use of hotels for asylum seekers should end
Direct Provision should be 'replaced' or 'fundamentally reformed', Justice Committee concludes
Oughterard Direct Provision centre operator feared arson attack after men allegedly breached property
Asylum seekers to move into Leitrim apartments after 'constructive' meeting between Minister and locals
Department of Justice declines to comment on reports of migrants going missing
Flanagan says it was 'entirely appropriate' for Verona Murphy to visit an asylum seeker reception centre