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# International Protection Applicants

This year
Taoiseach indicates asylum seeker tents to be cleared from Dublin's Grand Canal this week
Sinn Féin says plans to means test asylum seekers should go further and include medical cards
Govt working to create more accommodation for asylum seekers as tents remain on Grand Canal
Harris does not intend to provide 'loophole' for UK's migration challenges after Sunak comments
Language barrier among challenges for Ukrainians trying to work or study in Ireland
Child hospitalised due to pest infection in asylum seeker accommodation centre
'Generous' Dublin restaurants 'happy to help', providing free meals for asylum seekers
Asylum seekers offered temporary shelter turned away after communication errors
Some rough sleepers won’t be able to avail of three nights of shelter from the storm.
Government to offer temporary shelter to asylum seekers sleeping rough during Storm Kathleen
Security guard suspended after video of asylum seeker being punched in Dublin accommodation centre
The man who was hit in the head told The Journal he has been in Tallaght Hospital today.
Asylum seekers describe desperation as Department ends temporary 'extreme weather' shelter
One man who spent two nights indoors but is now back in a tent said the situation is “inhumane”.
Questions raised over decision to house asylum seekers at major Drogheda hotel
Carlow premises earmarked for 50 male asylum seekers to be used instead for families, Dept says
Last year
Gardaí renew appeal for witnesses over fire at Galway hotel earmarked for asylum seekers
Garda Commissioner says perpetrators of Galway hotel attack 'most probably' local to the area
Over 80 people seeking asylum in Ireland not offered accommodation between Monday and Wednesday
'An insult': Advocacy groups criticise €75 increase in weekly payment to asylum seekers
Tents to be offered to asylum seekers with no accommodation as Govt confirms €75 weekly payment
Minister says Govt 'under real pressure' to accommodate refugees in coming months
Floatel accommodation is now a 'serious strand' of policy but is still 'months away'
Around 50% of international protection applicants this year granted permission to stay
355 asylum seekers are currently without accommodation, says Irish Refugee Council
89 asylum seekers left without accommodation last week after Citywest closure
24 International Protection applicants left without accommodation since Citywest closure