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# refugees in ireland

Last year
Taoiseach: Officials vetting accommodation for refugees amid report of 'sex for housing' offer
Taoiseach says Ireland will take in a further 500 Ukrainian refugees that are currently in Moldova.
All time
'Be brave, not ashamed': What the Syrian experience in Ireland can tell us about Afghan resettlement
A report by
Rónán Duffy
Ireland has so far committed to accepting 200 Afghan refugees.
Ireland has committed to accepting 200 Afghan refugees but the government expects "a lot more" will ultimately be granted protection.
Human rights and migrant organisations have called for Ireland to resettle a minimum of 1,000.
The community sponsorship model is one way Ireland could be more proactive, Rónán Duffy takes a look at what it is.
Opinion: Should anyone believe Taliban pledges to respect women’s rights?
Coveney announces €1 million in funding to support people of Afghanistan