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# TGIP MIGRATION

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The Good Information Podcast: Migration - a contentious issue facing the EU and Ireland
Helping or hurting? The reality and the politics of migration in the EU
Quiz: How much do you know about these well-known Irish migrants?
What led to the 2019 Fine Gael MEP migration vote?
'We are not meant to be doing this, we need to do this because people are crossing and dying'
What can we learn about how Britain has treated migrant workers post-Brexit?
What has happened with migration between the UK and the EU since Brexit?
Opinion: Asylum seekers with disabilities are largely invisible in an already difficult system
How Gardaí and the State have lessons to learn about how migrants are treated in Ireland
Undocumented in Ireland fear being excluded from imminent regularisation scheme
Life in Lesbos: 'I thought the fire would be a turning point, but it's got progressively worse'
Direct Provision: limbo continues for thousands with no idea of when they’ll get out
Refreshed Turkey deal 'worked well' for EU, but was 'catastrophic' and 'atrocious' for migrants
Brazilian migration into Ireland: 'There's a mutual compatibility with the Irish'
Ireland has now offered humanitarian access visas to 400 Afghans
Most Irish people want the State to take in more than 230 Afghan refugees
Explainer: What are the current rules around migration in Europe?
Explainer: How does family reunification work in Ireland? And what are the problems with it?
Climate change: number of people displaced by extreme weather events likely 'underestimated'
Irish citizens' assemblies part of inspiration for EU-wide panels starting this weekend
'A question of trust': What exactly is the EU's proposed pact on migration?
Open Thread: Tell us about your experience of migration
Eleven families arrive in Ireland from Moria refugee camp in Lesbos
FactFind: What are the migration trends into Europe?
Irish MEPs criticise Poland for pushing migrants back at new border wall with Belarus
What is the best solution for the EU's migration crisis, and is Ireland doing enough?