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Doras Welcomes Government White Paper on Ending Direct Provision

26/2/21 – Doras welcomes the Government White Paper on ending Direct Provision, published on Friday, calling it a ‘significant milestone’ in the campaign to end the system. The White Paper outlines the plan by the Department of Children, Equality, Disability & Youth on how it will end Direct Provision by

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Doras Launches Community Sponsorship in Mid-West

17/02/2021 – Doras is delighted to launch Community Sponsorship, a new way for groups and communities to welcome and support refugee families, in Ireland’s Mid-West in 2021. Please our press release on the launch of Community Sponsorship in the PDF viewer below. Link to register for 22nd February online information

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Doras Newsletter – Winter 2020

We are delighted to present you with a few highlights from 2020, with an opening message from Doras CEO, John Lannon. Please contact info@doras.org with any queries related to the Newsletter or any of Doras’ work. Thank you. You can see the Newsletter in the PDF viewer below or view/download

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Doras highlight impact of all forms of violence against migrant women on International Day for Elimination of Violence Against Women

25/11/2020 Doras are highlighting the impact Domestic, Sexual and Gender Based Violence (DSGBV) has on migrant women and are raising awareness of support services available on the United Nations International Day for Elimination of Violence Against Women, Wednesday November 25th.  “Migrant women experience violence at a similar rate to Irish women,” said Doras CEO John Lannon, “and are disproportionately or

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The #Anyone Campaign – Know the Signs of Human Trafficking in Ireland

20/10/2020 Doras supports the #Anyone campaign from IOM Ireland and the Department of Justice and Equality. Human trafficking involves the sale, trade and exploitation of human beings for profit. It is a serious crime that exists in nearly every country in the world, including Ireland. The campaign highlights how anyone,

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