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# ukrainians

This month
July 2024
Ukrainian families staying in Co Clare village to be moved to locations up to 100km away
Locals in the village have staunchly protested the move, saying that those living in Loop Head are now “family”.
Last month
June 2024
Government criticised for 'performative cruelty' over Ukrainians facing homelessness
This year
Far-right candidates will 'get a shock' come election count day, says O'Gorman
Ukrainians in hotels paying for hot meals won't have to do so if payments are reduced
The Ukraine Civil Society Forum says some 13,000 children could be pushed into poverty.
Extra staff to be hired to improve communications and tackle disinformation on migration
Homeowners urged to pledge homes and offer a spare room to Ukrainian refugees
Debunked: No, Ukrainian drivers aren't exempt from Irish laws or the need to be insured here
Social welfare cut for new arrivals from Ukraine in State accommodation to take effect in February
Debunked: Planning files do not show that Ringsend building was to be used for asylum seekers
Last year
Social welfare rates reduced for new Ukrainian arrivals as new reception centres to be rolled out
A subsistence payment of €38.80 per week will be provided to those in state accommodation for 90 days.
The reduced subsistence payment will be made for the 90-day period, with an additional payment of €29.80 per child per week.
Minister Roderic O'Gorman says he doesn't envisage that homelessness will rise as a result of the new changes.
New reception centres are to come online next year.
Social welfare cuts and 90-day state accommodation limit for new Ukrainian arrivals agreed by coalition leaders
Fresh appeal for people to offer unoccupied properties as temporary accommodation for Ukrainians
Plan to impose time limit on State accommodation for Ukrainians deferred by coalition leaders
Simon Harris: 1,500 Ukrainians in student accommodation need to be moved before college starts
New modular homes for refugees in Cork could be shipped to Ukraine in the future
Floatel accommodation is now a 'serious strand' of policy but is still 'months away'
Plans to move 80 Ukrainians from Co Kerry hotel put on hold
All time
Opinion: As Ukrainians, we remember how Christmas looked for us until this year
Polina Bashkina
People urged to make unoccupied properties available to Ukrainians in new appeal
Ukrainians will still flee to Ireland despite accommodation shortage, Ambassador says
There are now more than 62,000 Ukrainian nationals living in Ireland
O'Gorman 'can't rule out' refugees sleeping on streets as Citywest closes to new arrivals
Cabinet approves two-year lease on Citywest Hotel to accommodate Ukrainian refugees
Payment to households hosting Ukrainian refugees ‘to be made in coming weeks’
Ukrainian lawyer in Limerick has 'lost all contact' with relatives who stayed behind in war zone