Publications and Submissions

Asylum Process Reform

The Right to Work for International Protection Applicants

The Working Group and the time factor: a missed opportunity

What asylum seekers told the Working Group about the length of time and the decision making system

Providing Protection: Access to early legal advice for asylum seekers

Difficult to Believe, The assessment of asylum claims in Ireland

Priorites: Children First and Foremost

 

Asylum Policy

Roadmap for Asylum Reform

Single Protection Procedure – Chance for Change

 

Children and Young People

Independent Advocacy Programme: A Guide for Advocates and other service providers

Independent Advocacy Programme: Evaluation Report April 2012 – November 2013

Closing a Protection Gap

Closing a Protection Gap – Guardian-friendly guide

State Sanctioned Child Poverty and Exclusion, The case of children in state accommodation for asylum seekers

Welcome to Ireland’s Asylum Process – a child-friendly guide

 

Direct Provision

Transition from Direct Provision to life in the community_M NiRaghallaigh_M Foreman et al (2016)

The Reception and Housing of Asylum Seekers and Refugees in Ireland: Submission to the Housing and Homelessness Committee, May 16

Counting the Cost: Barriers to employment after Direct Provision

Direct Provision: Framing an alternative reception system for people seeking international protection

Mosney – Without Rights or Recognition

 

Early Legal Advice

Manual on Providing Early Legal Advice for Persons Seeking Protection

Providing Protection: Access to early legal advice for asylum seekers

 

International Protection Bill 2015

The International Protection Bill 2015_An Introduction

IRC Recommendations on International Protection Bill 2015

Irish Refugee Council’s Comments on the General Scheme of the International Protection Bill: Executive Summary

Irish Refugee Council’s Comments on the General Scheme of the International Protection Bill

International Submissions

IRC Submission to the UN Committee against Torture (June 2017)

Doras Luimni, Nasc, IRC_UPRsubmission

Joint Submission to CESCR – Doras Luimni and Irish Refugee Council

Submission to the European Commission against Racism and Intolerance.Nov11

 

Refugee Crisis

Protection, Resettlement and Integration: Ireland’s Response to the Refugee and Migration ‘Crisis’ (NGO Coalition)