Support for separated children and former separted children seeking asylum

OUR CHARITY

We provide support for separated children and former separted children seeking asylum through a drop-in centre in Dun Laoghaire each Monday evening. ta da da da

Separated Children

The Report of The Ombudsman for Children’s Office (Report on Separated Children Living in Ireland, 2009), similar reports, and our own experience have signalled the need for urgent reform of the treatment of separated children seeking asylum. As a result of this concern...Read More

Education and Training

The DRP was responsible for placing over 150 young people either in schools or in language and literacy classes run by the Vocational Education Committee (VEC). The HSE’s social work team referred their charges in Dún Laoghaire to the DRP for placement in local schools... Read More

Support For People Seeking Asylum

Things began to change dramatically in 2003, a year of “discontinuity and uncertainty about the future” [Annual Report 2003] for the asylum seekers. Early in the year, all two-parent families were transferred from Dún Laoghaire. In June, Sandycove House was closed... Read More

We Work With Young Asylum Seeker in Order To Make All The Childern Of The World Happy