This is a briefing paper from the Irish Refugee and Migrant Coalition. The Coalition was founded in August 2015, and is comprised of 23 leading Irish organisations that seek to advance the rights and dignity of people on the move and those in need of international protection. This paper does not provide a comprehensive overview of all immigration and asylum developments since January 2016. Rather, it sets out some of the major changes from an International, European and Irish perspective and outlines a range of recommendations for the Irish government in order to ensure that Ireland responds responsibly and displays solidarity with the regions and persons most affected by on-going conflicts and mass displacement.
|Author(s):||Irish Refugee and Migrant Coalition|
|Publisher:||Irish Refugee and Migrant Coalition|
|Publication Date:||24 Oct 2017|