End Direct Provision

Irish Refugee Council
Irish Refugee Council Dublin 117 Comments
2,600 Signatures Goal: 3,000

We, the people who live in Ireland, want an end to the institutionalised accommodation of asylum seekers in Ireland under the system known as Direct Provision. We are asking for an immediate investigation into Direct Provision and a reform of reception conditions. Reform should recognise the role that supportive reception condition can play in an effective application process and should move asylum seekers towards independent living at the earliest opportunity.

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  • Blandine
    Blandine Ireland, Limerick
    Nov 20, 2016
    Nov 20, 2016
    Give them back their dignity
  • Erin Corrigan
    Erin Corrigan Ireland, Galway
    Mar 22, 2016
    Mar 22, 2016
    Changes need to be made.Asylum seekers should not be treated like prisoners.
  • Rachel Ray
    Rachel Ray Ireland, Dublin
    Sep 03, 2015
    Sep 03, 2015
    Institutionalisation has never worked for Ireland, only against us. It is no different today with asylum seekers. We need to utilise this manpower for the good of our economy and integrate these families into our Irish communities - in order than our own lives can be more enriched and Ireland can be a proud, progressive nation - with new ideas and innovations.

    We cannot afford to wind up in ten years where the UK and US are with isolated communities defined by race and the sort of national dissociation that leads only to anger and hate crime.
  • Victoria Bruce
    Victoria Bruce Ireland, Dublin
    Jul 01, 2015
    Jul 01, 2015
    A terrible system that denies people the right to live fulfilling normal lives.
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    Donagh O'Mahony Ireland
    11 months ago
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    Blandine Ireland
    12 months ago
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    Erin Corrigan Ireland
    2 years ago
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    Una Hennessy Ireland
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    Rachel Ray Ireland
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    Niamh Vambeck Ireland
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    Kate Aston
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    Sean O'Breasail Ireland
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    Lindie Spain Ireland
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    Barbara Harrison United Kingdom
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    Satya darcy United Arab Emirates
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    Juliet Fleming Ireland
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    alan James Burns Ireland
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    Tom Moore Ireland
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    d soro Ireland
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