Ireland has recently signed up to the EU directive on the asylum process. We are looking at asylum seekers being granted the right to work. In November 2017 the asylum seekers across Ireland got quite excited when they learned about the goverment’s plan to grant those who were not yet refused refugee status, and were […]
today is the International Day of the African child. We interviewed three people from South Africa, Rwanda and Zimbabwe.
The children who are missing him,
far away, unhappy and alone
Of course, I do understand why an inspection could be necessary, especially since I noticed that in the social welfare office and the community office every document you produce is considered to be fake, and everything you say is considered a lie, even my birth certificate was looked at with suspicion. ( I had to point out to the lady in the SWO that ‘September’ in Dutch means ‘September’ in English. I keep forgetting that Anglophones find understanding other languages very difficult).
Ibrahim is a Syrian refugee, he escaped his country in 2012, and has now been living in Ireland for 5 months. Ibrahim is preparing for a one act play in ‘No Borders’, a series of plays, poetry and musical acts in support of Island to Island, a charity run by Carmel Nic Airt, on Lesbos, […]
Africa day is celebrated around the world May 25th, the day the Organisation of African Unity was formed in Adis Ababa in 1963, in 2001 the African Union was formed. Cork has been celebrating Africa day every year, but this year it aims to be bigger and better. All the African communities of Cork have […]
I am Roos Demol, living in Ireland since 1998. I started a radio rogramme on Irish Radio International, called The New Rebels, where I invite new Irish to the studio to share their stories with us. They can be artists, musicians, or just people with a good story to tell. This is a blog about […]
Tinyiko Chauke started writing a blog, African Stories. I invited him to the studio to talk about this. I have known Tinyiko for a while now and I know he is a passionate follower of all things politics and a proud African. I also know that since his arrival here in Ireland 2 years ago, Tinyiko has […]
well written! I have had enough of the continuous argument that asylum seekers are better treated than the homeless, or that Ireland shouldn’t accept refugees because of its homelessness problem
African women have lived a life of submission and servitude for decades. Like their peers in other continents they have endured playing second fiddle to their male counterparts. Their role has alwa… Source: THE POSITION OF WOMEN IN AFRICA