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# asylum seeker accommodation

Last week
19th May 2024 - 25th May 2024
Break in at Tallaght building earmarked for asylum seekers, days after arson attack
Mary Lou McDonald: Fences erected in Dublin can't stay indefinitely, proper accommodation needed
This month
May 2024
Barriers, legal threats and 'Team Ireland': The Government’s new approach to asylum seekers
Criticism of ‘monstrosities’ as barriers erected in place of tents at Grand Canal
Taoiseach Simon Harris said he doesn’t know how long the barriers will be in place for.
This year
2024
UN refugee agency calls on Irish Government to end asylum seeker homelessness and use of tents
Up to €10m extra 'social inclusion' funding signed off on for areas taking in asylum seekers
Asylum seekers endure sub-zero temperatures on Dublin streets without tents or sleeping bags
Building owner in Longford pulls out of agreement to house 85 Ukrainians after fire at property
Varadkar says talks on housing asylum seekers in Co Mayo town of Ballinrobe are ongoing
Protest in Co Mayo town that was to welcome 50 asylum seekers continued overnight
A protest was held outside JJ Gannons Hotel on the main street of Ballinrobe overnight.
McEntee asks public to inform Gardaí on 'upcoming' threats in wake of Galway hotel arson attack
Last year
2023
Varadkar says Clare blockade is ‘wrong’ but that community concerns should not be dismissed