Bláithín Sheil explores the context behind Apollo house and what it says about Irish society
“No, Apollo House is not enough. It is like putting a plaster on the wound, dealing with the symptom but not with the cause”
Moving into Apollo House was not an appropriate response to the housing crisis, said Owen Keegan, …
Orlaith Darling argues that Ireland should be more welcoming to asylum seekers
Of late, there have been several campaigns focusing our attention on the plight of the refugee. TN recently published an article on the horrors of Calais, and the deplorable conditions daily faced by families and individuals there. From such articles, …
William Foley dissects the most recent statistics to examine the current government’s record and proposals for tackling the housing crisis.
There are now 730 families living in emergency accommodation in Ireland. Focus Ireland estimates that that figure will approach 1000 by next year as the rate at which families are being made homeless increases drastically. 83 lost their homes in …
Issues discussed included an emphasis on the need for rights to be respected irrespective of legal status
Yesterday at a panel organised by Trinity FLAC, in association with Trinity ELSA and DU Amnesty, speakers called for a greater appreciation of the scale of the current refugee crisis.
Ghandi Mallak, himself a refugee who lived in Ireland since …