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Enabling migrants to access justice and human rights and to work to ensure a just, inclusive and integrated society.

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Person or Number? 2: A Second Examination of Issues faced by Immigrants Accessing Social Protection

2015 Person or Number 2: A Second Examination of Issues faced by Immigrants Accessing Social Protection is a follow on to the 2012 report, Person or Number. Person or Number? 2 was jointly compiled by Nasc, Crosscare Migrant Project, FLAC, Doras... (more...)

What’s Food Got to Do With It? Food Experiences of Asylum Seekers in Direct Provision

2014 ‘What’s Food Got To Do With It? Food Experiences of Asylum Seekers in Direct Provision is based on a qualitative research study that was undertaken with the aim of gaining greater understanding of the lived reality and food... (more...)

In From the Margins – Roma in Ireland

2013 In From the Margins – Roma in Ireland: Addressing the Structural Discrimination of the Roma Community in Ireland is a comprehensive and groundbreaking examination of the discrimination the Roma community experiences living in Ireland.... (more...)

Stop the Silence: A Snapshot of Racism in Cork

2012 Stop the Silence: A Snapshot of Racism in Cork was compiled by our Racist Reporting Office Simon Prim based on Nasc’s racist reporting mechanism, a third party mechanism designed to give victims and witnesses the opportunity to report... (more...)

Latest News

NOTICE: INIS Update for Probationary Extension Students

3 March 2015

Attention All Probationary Extension Students: The application form for Stamp 4 permission is now available on the INIS website: “The Student Probationary Extension introduced in August 2012 allowed eligible non-EEA national students to register for a two year probationary period.  During this... more>>

Save the Date: Cork Rocks Against Racism 20/03/15

24 February 2015

 Calling all Transition Year students… Nasc, the Irish Immigrant Support Centre, & Love Music Hate Racism present: Cork Rocks Against Racism, an event for Transition Year students.  The event aims to: mark the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination in a fun &... more>>

Communications Module FETAC Level 3

16 February 2015

Communications Module FETAC Level 3 at Nasc The course will take place at Nasc, the Irish Immigrant Support Centre, premises on Friday evenings at 6.30pm.  The course is of a similar level to Junior Leaving Cert.  The course focuses on reading, writing and interpersonal communication and will include... more>>

No Hate Speech Movement Ireland are recruiting Youth Ambassadors

10 February 2015

The Irish No Hate Speech Movement is currently looking to recruit volunteers aged 18 to 25 to become No Hate Speech Ambassadors to support the work of the Irish No Hate Speech Movement in the provision of support and information on college campuses and other youth orientated venues. The main function... more>>

We are recruiting a Separated Children & Migrant Youth Intern

30 January 2015

WE ARE NO LONGER RECRUITING FOR THIS POST Nasc, the Irish Immigrant Support Centre, is recruiting: A Separated Children and Migrant Youth Intern 2 days per week (unpaid) for a 6 month period  Reporting to: CEO and Senior Legal Officers Aim and purpose of the role: To manage a designated fund that provides... more>>

INVITATION TO ‘PERSON OR NUMBER? 2’ LAUNCH

14 January 2015

Nasc, Crosscare, Doras Luimní, FLAC and Dublin City Centre Citizens Information Centre would like to invite you to the launch of Person or Number? 2, An Examination of Issues faced by Immigrants Accessing Social Protection. The report Person or Number? Issues faced by Immigrants accessing Social Protection... more>>