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# direct provision

Last week
9th June 2024 - 15th June 2024
Refugees struggling to transition from IPAS accommodation and into mainstream housing
Last month
May 2024
Inspection of Laois direct provision centre finds 75% of residents had been granted protection
This year
Hotels, state bodies and Direct Provision: The companies behind Ireland's refugee housing sector
More than €2 billion was paid by the Government on the sector last year.
UN refugee agency calls on Irish Government to end asylum seeker homelessness and use of tents
Second man charged over damage to Direct Provision centre in Co Kerry last month
How arson attacks on properties linked to asylum seekers have escalated over the last six years
The fire at a building in Co Wicklow at the weekend is the latest in a pattern of attacks.
Last year
Over 62 men seeking asylum in Ireland not offered accommodation as tents are handed out
Government has ignored children in Direct Provision, Children's Rights Alliance says
Minister for Integration says current system is 'not working' and was built for a different era
Refugee organisations decry conditions in tents on Direct Provision sites as mid-winter approaches
'Very traumatised' refugees not getting mental health support, experts warn
'History will not judge us well': Children unsafe in Direct Provision, Ombudsman warns
The plan to end Direct Provision by next year is being revised - what's next for the system?
Man who died in Dundalk crash involving e-scooter was a resident at local Direct Provision site
Nine people died in asylum seeker accommodation in Ireland last year, highest figure since 2008
Lynn Ruane: In all my years of community work I've never met the ones 'fighting for Ireland'
Lynn Ruane
Department of Equality 'deplores' protests against refugee accommodation in Dublin and Fermoy
Eight men appear in court over public order incident at Direct Provision centre
Two men arrested after stabbing at Direct Provision centre in Killarney
All time
Aisha: How this Irish film gives a look inside the Direct Provision system
Direct Provision firm records profits of €4.52m as revenues climb to €14.9m
Refugee Council warns of ‘grievous’ risk to minors and women in 'deteriorating' accommodation
Anti human trafficking report calls for gender-specific accommodation for victims
Family who gave out free face masks during pandemic granted residency in Ireland
FactCheck: Were refugees and asylum seekers segregated by race in a Dublin processing centre?
'The saddest journey of my life': Asylum seekers on navigating Ireland's immigration process
Opinion: St Patrick's story should make us consider how Ireland treats refugees
Elizabeth Boyle
National Gallery 'regrets' removal of portraits but says Direct Provision operator will still run cafe
Gallery workers express 'deep distress' on awarding of cafe contract to Direct Provision firm
Public Accounts Committee 'not satisfied' with reliance on hotels for direct provision
I wrote on a piece of paper: 'Another lonely Christmas!’ and stuck it on the wall of my room
Vukašin Nedeljković
Government body quashes claims that Direct Provision residents were served meals in plastic bag
New law and 'admin solutions' needed before asylum seekers can get driving licences, dept says
Opinion: Asylum seekers with disabilities are largely invisible in an already difficult system
Keelin Barry
Direct Provision: limbo continues for thousands with no idea of when they’ll get out
Bulelani Mfaco
Minister appoints independent group to track progress on ending Direct Provision
Department 'feared' plan to end Direct Provision would be undermined without access to State lands
'Dismay' as asylum seekers now waiting over two years for claims to be processed
'Forgotten, we feel like garbage': Housing policies exclude Travellers, migrants and asylum seekers
24 Emergency Accommodation centres for asylum seekers to be closed this year