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# Refugees

Last year
2023
Advocates say Ireland has a 'two-tier' asylum system ahead of World Refugee Day
What we know so far about the shipwreck tragedy off Greece
79 dead and over 100 rescued from sunken migrant ship off Greek coast
Four unaccompanied minors among 1,400 refugees forced to sleep rough, report shows
Student accommodation to house thousands of refugees for second summer
State to pay €1.5m to EU over lack of accommodation for asylum seekers
Debunked: Video arguing migrants will damage Ireland relies on false claims and statistics
Ireland may 'fall short' on human rights obligations over lack of accommodation for refugees
O'Gorman: 'Disturbing' that anti-immigration protesters are 'wrapping themselves in the tricolour'
Opinion: The US turned a blind eye as a culture of violence grew - we should not do the same
Dr Shana Cohen
'Horror' after Clare protesters board bus to conduct 'headcount of asylum seekers'
Taoiseach says 'no need' for protests at refugee housing, after blockade by Clare locals
Taoiseach condemns 'violence unreservedly' after tents set on fire at homeless refugee camp
Govt condemns 'intimidation' after clashes at tents of homeless refugees in Dublin
Department officials were hoping for a 'Hail Mary' last year due refugee accommodation issues
Not one modular home ready for Ukrainian refugees as government way off target of 700
Refugees denied re-entry to Citywest accommodation centre after routine fire evacuation
Tourist season set to take 1,300 beds from system housing refugees
'I cried with my daughter': Ukrainians given four days to leave Dublin hotel and find new school
€20m signed off on for refugee accommodation plans, with commercial properties being considered
Cabinet set to approve millions of euro to fund refugee accommodation
Anti-migrant protest halts traffic at Dublin Airport
Social media companies aren't doing enough to remove misinformation about migrants, Harris says
Ukraine War: How countries across Europe are responding to the refugee crisis, one year on
Debunked: No, a Dublin community centre has not been closed because it is housing 150 Somalians
'Any buildings we can get our hands on': Ministers to discuss refugee accommodation crisis
Tens of thousands march through Dublin in show of solidarity with refugees
Leo says don't be afraid to talk about migration - but politicians struggle to find the words
'There is so much fear': Activists speak ahead of today's Ireland For All march
Sinn Féin TD says there's 'no place on the streets' for Tommy Robinson in Ireland
Taoiseach wants time to process asylum seekers cut down to less than 12 weeks
Irish immigration lawyers say Government needs to show 'actual leadership and compassion'
Refugees from 'safe' countries must have their cases heard fairly, says immigration lawyer
No buildings available so far after Minister's most recent urgent refugee accommodation appeal
No plans to cut off Ukrainian refugee supports, Varadkar says
Mary Lou McDonald: Direct anger at Government, not refugees
Far right protesters aren't just in it for the cause - there's also money to be made
One agitator asks his followers for support to cover travel and other expenses related to the protests.
Anti-immigration activists monetise their YouTube accounts and ask for donations, reports Eimer McAuley.
Experts say the tactics are imported from abroad but the levels of profit are small at present.
Minister asks sports bodies to help provide refugee accommodation during 'time of extreme need'
McGrath: 'Plea for large buildings to house refugees reflects the strain the system is under'
Varadkar on protests against refugees: 'We should know better. It's not the Irish way'