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RESOURCES

DORAS PROVIDES RESOURCES, PUBLICATIONS AND GUIDES FOR ACADEMICS, RESEARCHERS, MIGRANTS AND POLICY MAKERS.

PUBLICATIONS

Click to view or download a copy of our publications. Our archive is from 2010.

*Please bear with us while we populate the list with downloadable documents*

A 2ND examination of issues faced by immigrants in accessing social protection

2015

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INTEGRATION PLAN 2013-16

2013

TREATED DIFFERENTLY? RACISM & DISCRIMINATION FROM A LOCAL PERSPECTIVE

2013

CHALLENGES TO BUILDING AN INTER-CULTURAL IRELAND

2013

INTEGRATING LIMERICK: 2012 REPORT

2013

AN EXAMINATION OF ETHNIC ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN THE MID-WEST OF IRELAND

2012

MIGRANT WOMEN’S AWARENESS, EXPERIENCES & PERCEPTIONS OF HEALTH SERVICES IN LIMERICK

2012

FUTURE DIRECTIONS IN PROSTITUTE LEGISLATION IN IRELAND

2012

integrating Limerick report 2011

2012

Issues faced by immigrants accessing social protection

2012

Ngo coalition briefing paper on the immigration, residence and protection bill 2010

2011

Impact of the transfer system in direct provision

2011

Submission for the 12th working group on UPR

2011
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Integrating Limerick report 2010

2011

How Irish Politicians Construct Transnational Migrants

2010

Integrating limerick plan 2010-12

2010

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Barriers to the labour market for refugees & persons with leave to remain in limerick

2008

REFUGEE RESETTLEMENT TOOLKIT

A practical guide as well as resources for resettlement workers.

The Refugee Resettlement Toolkit is a set of guides and resources developed by Doras, available to any group working on resettlement or community sponsorship programmes in Ireland. These resources have been tried, tested, reviewed and developed across three Doras refugee resettlement programmes in Laois (2015-2016), Limerick (2017-2018) and Wexford (2017-2019).

Click to access the full Refugee Resettlement Toolkit, as well as downloadable chapters and resources.

*Please note, Refugee Resettlement Toolkit to be made available in early May 2020*

WELCOME TO IRELAND

A guide for people who have recently arrived in Limerick and Ireland.

Doras has developed a New Arrivals Guide to assist people who have recently immigrated to Limerick. You can download the resource here. A booklet in hard copy is available from Doras which is useful for companies and institutions that have large numbers of employees and/or students relocating to Limerick. The guide contains useful information for immigrants about visas, important documents, finding places to live, working, healthcare, education and childcare.

If you would like hard copy booklets, please contact us at Doras.

JOURNEYS

A Teachers Handbook for Exploring Migration in the Primary Classroom

Doras Luimní worked in partnership with Mary Immaculate College and the DICE project to produce a resource for primary school teacher’s with an interest in teaching about migration and migrant rights. ​Journeys is a whole-school resource on the theme of migration, rights and integration. The resource is divided into four themes: Stereotypes; Culture; Journeys; and Protection. 

If you would like to purchase the resource, please visit the Mary Immaculate College website here: Purchase Journeys

INFORMATION RESOURCES

Click on image to download our information sheets on international protection and immigration-related issues.

INFOGRAPHICS

 

LEAFLETS

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General Info

Direct-Support

Legal-Services

Anti-Racism

Anti-Trafficking

Intercultural-Training

RESEARCH COLLABORATIONS

We are proud of our record of collaborating with and assisting professional and student researchers on a wide range of projects, as well as commissioning and carrying out our own research. We continue to try to do so where appropriate and feasible because the production of new research adds to the evidence base informing our work. However, as a small charitable organisation we experience intense demand on our limited resources.

At Doras we receive a considerable number of requests for interviews on a yearly basis. While we endeavour to support researchers in their work, it is not possible to accommodate all candidates due to time and resource constraints.

If you wish to collaborate with Doras on your research, please see/complete the following instructions:

  1. Please consider all ethical considerations when conducting your research.
  2. Please read our published resources and other relevant material in relation to your research topic in advance of an interview.
  3. Please download the research collaboration form here: Research Assistance
  4. Please complete the form and return to info@doras.org for consideration.
  5. Please allow 4 weeks for assessment and decision on your application to be reached.
  6. If successful, please provide all interview questions and a project information sheet in advance of interview.
  7. **Please note that the interview may be conducted over the phone       or in person, depending on staff availability.

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