Arabic Drop-In Centre Every Second Tuesday – next date is Tuesday 29 January

When: Every second Tuesday
Where: 37 Killarney Street, Dublin 1

Download a poster here

National Housing Demonstration: Tell Government #HomesForAll

When: 1st December at 2pm
Where: Garden of Remembrance

After the massive success of the #RaiseTheRoof rally on October 3rd when 12,000 people took to the streets outside Dáil Éireann, the National Homeless and Housing Coalition have called a national demonstration on the housing crisis for December 1st at 2pm.

Huge momentum is building with grass roots campaigners, front line service providers and advocates calling for action on the housing crisis. We need a mass mobilisation like we saw for the water charges to put pressure on the government.

We will be on the streets on December 1st to tell the government that we will not be ignored – after October 3rd we got a landlords budget and an abject failure to act on the Dail motion that called for radical action on the crisis, including an accelerated programme of public housing on public land, an additional 1bn euro funding in the budget for housing, an end to evictions, a reduction in rents and to hold a referendum to enshrine the right to a home into the constitution.

Support our fundraising drive for education access this summer!

When: Sunday 3rd June 2018
Where: Dublin, Ireland

Will you support Education Access this year?

From now until September we will be raising funds for our Education Fund which supports people in the asylum process onto further education.

Did you know that if your annual donation to this fund is over €250 it is actually worth €365 to us under the Charitable Donation Scheme? With a commitment of €21 per month you can support someone onto further education.

You can setup your fundraising page for this cause via our Education Fund iDonate page.

Alternatively you can setup a fundraising page via Facebook and 100% of what you raise will be donated to us for the Fund.

Learn about the impact of this fund: Pride and Takondwa’s reflections on what education access meant for them.

Contact to find out more.