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# Immigrant Council of Ireland

Last month
June 2024
Some migrant candidates afraid to canvass or use posters amid fears their children will be targeted
The Immigrant Council of Ireland has raised concerns about candidates being threatened, as well as voter intimidation, ahead of Friday’s elections.
All time
27 female victims of trafficking assisted by Immigrant Council of Ireland last year
Taoiseach says racist 'scaremongering' in communities needs to be called out
23 trafficking victims who came from abroad helped by Immigrant Council of Ireland last year
Asylum seekers in Ireland can finally work, but it doesn't look like they're allowed drive to that work
‘Is it something we want to keep doing?’ Cork fans again urged to drop Confederate flag
'We're all made of the same stuff': A new campaign is asking us to report racism on public transport
Woman tells man to 'f**k off back to India' on Limerick train
What happens to the 12 men and two women found in a truck in Rosslare?
'An historic day': It is now illegal to buy sex in Ireland
'Pick an apartment block in parts of Dublin and you'll find a brothel': The rise of the Irish vice industry
Sham marriages are widespread in Ireland, according to Immigrant Council report
"People have spat in my face and called me a Paki" - a Muslim bus driver's experience in Dublin
Drivers 'spat at, punched and kicked' in racist incidents on public transport
The majority of child trafficking victims in this country last year were Irish
Muslim woman has bottle thrown at her in racist Dublin attack
Woman forced to work in Irish brothel to 'repay her debt'
New laws criminalising people who pay for sex passed the first hurdle
Anti-immigrant graffiti appears in Garden of Remembrance
'They put me down on the ground because I was with a group of black people'
Failure to crack down on sex trafficking will make communities 'safe havens for pimps'
Are there pimps living in your community?
'I’m scared I'll be arrested and held somewhere - that’s why I almost never leave my house'
Publican refuses to hire foreign nationals to greet customers
Gardaí team up with Europol in operation that saved 30 children from trafficking
Sex trafficking victims 'in danger of abuse in Direct Provision'
Bill to fight child grooming introduced to prevent 'Irish Rotherham'
Racist graffiti outside Convention Centre mars citizenship ceremonies for new Irish citizens
'A wake up call': Where to now after the Logan Report?
Immigrant council demands rights for stateless to work and access social services
Anti-racism hotline needed to make sure 'complaints are taken seriously'
Education, training and legal help all lacking for trafficking victims - Immigrant Council of Ireland
'Strongest response possible' needed to combat human trafficking in Ireland
EU Commissioner calls for continued pressure by police to combat sex trafficking
Immigrant Council: People posting racist comments online should be sanctioned
'I feel so safe in Ireland, but as an undocumented migrant I fear for my future'
Trafficked to Dublin at 15-years-old for sex: 'You would do like 15 guys a day'
Concerns raised over difference in number of racist incidents recorded by Gardaí and PSNI
Children are both the perpetrators and victims of racism
Groups warn about 'witch hunt' against Roma