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Ailbhe Smyth Oct 11
That’s not a ‘meal’, it’s an insult. We cannot in this country go on treating asylum seekers and refugees like dirt. It’s disgusting and disgraceful. I am ashamed.
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Laura E. Regan 10h
Every time I read a story from someone in DP I feel sick and ashamed to be Irish. Céad míle fáilte my arse
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Nessa Cosgrove Oct 13
What an amazing attitude this woman has and how right she is ...Sligo is Faabulous!!!
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niall 9h
Focan ifreann. Tar éis caitheamh 8 bliana i mbail mar sin, is é céad fanacht an rud is lú atá tuillte aige. Fucking hell. After 8 years in those conditions, permission to stay is the least that man deserves.
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Oluwaseun Ola Oct 15
Replying to @ddiezworld
If I had the right to work, I would have been able to come up with a payment plan to finance my self, here we go, back to eating and sleeping my entire youthful life away😥😥😥😥.
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ZazaFL 23h
Dreadful, they just move people as if they are chess pieces not human beings with rights and lives.
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Coffee Mojo Oct 14
Well done all. This is how to welcome those seeking shelter and asylum.
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Eileen O'Brien 19h
Direct Provision is the Magdalene Laundries scandal of our generation. We must now.
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Joe Robinson Oct 14
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Gay Community News Oct 15
More than 6000 people in Ireland are languishing in a damaging system that continuously robs them of their humanity.
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Oluwaseun Ola Oct 9
Replying to @ddiezworld
I want to be able to put my kids in the school bus every morning and go out to work as every other human should do, I want to add value to my life, everyone deserves a chance at life. In the meantime we await
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Dr Angela Flynn Oct 14
Government urged to speed up asylum application process
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Ciara Donnelly Oct 12
Powerful exhibition in The Botanic Gardens. The stories are heartbreaking 💔 This is inhumane & not how we welcome asylum seekers
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Bernadette Oct 15
Being moved like furniture without rights or feelings. No sense of belonging to one town.
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Isolde 🥄✊🏻🌈🦓🦄🧬♿️🕶✍🏿🦸🏿‍♀️🧜‍♀️ Oct 10
imagine if everyone forced to use online crowdfunding was begging on the street. We wouldn't be able to use pavements.
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M Ní Raghallaigh Oct 9
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holbrookfields Oct 14
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ZazaFL Oct 9
This thread. How many ways can asylum seekers tell us that Direct Provision is destroying their lives before it is ended?
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Mac's Cauldron 🌌🧛👻 Oct 11
There should be riots on the street over how dehumanising Ireland has become. This is not the Ireland I know and love.
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EhMa Oct 11
This is criminal. Below standard food portions, harsh+restrictive living rules. Welcome to Ireland 2019🙄
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