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Resources

JRS Ireland developed these Moving On sheets as a resource for those leaving Balseskin to live in direct provision centres across the country.

They provide helpful information about local services, community organisations and supports on offer to residents of direct provision centres around Ireland.

Publications - JRS
Atlantic House
Birchwood
Clare – King Thomond
Clare – Knockalisheen
Cork – Ashbourne House
Cork – Clonakilty Lodge
Cork – Glenvera
Cork – Kinsale Road
Cork – Millstreet
Dublin – Hatch Hall
Meath – Mosney
Galway – Eglinton
Galway – Great Western House
Kerry – Atlas House Killarney
Kerry – Atlas House Tralee
Kerry – Johnston Marina
Kerry – Linden House
Kerry – Park Lodge Killarney
Kildare – Eyrepowell
Laois – Montague
Limerick – Hanrattys
Limerick – Mount Trenchard
Longford – Richmond Court
Mayo – The Old Convent Ballyhaunis
Monaghan – St. Patricks
Sligo – Globe House
Tipperary – Bridgewater House
Waterford – Viking House
Waterford – Ocean View
Westmeath – Athlone
Westmeath – Temple Lodge Moate

Statistics

Statistics - JRS
Statistics - JRS
Statistics - JRS
Statistics - JRS

The below resources provide an overview of key statistics in relation to asylum and migration in Ireland, regionally and internationally.

Asylum and immigration systems categorise people as asylum seekers, refugees, forced or economic migrants. Yet it is important to remember that first and foremost these are people – people who share the same human condition that we do, who share the same hopes and dreams of a better life for themselves and their families.

Behind the numbers and statistics are people with names and faces.

National

Direct Provision Population 2012 - 2018

Number of New Asylum Applicants 2012-18

Regional

EU 28 New Asylum Applications

International

Forced Displacement Trends 2011 – 2018 (millions)

  • UNHCR Population Statistics / Data Overview

Statistics

Statistics - JRS
Statistics - JRS
Statistics - JRS
Statistics - JRS

The below resources provide an overview of key statistics in relation to asylum and migration in Ireland, regionally and internationally.

Asylum and immigration systems categorise people as asylum seekers, refugees, forced or economic migrants. Yet it is important to remember that first and foremost these are people – people who share the same human condition that we do, who share the same hopes and dreams of a better life for themselves and their families.

Behind the numbers and statistics are people with names and faces.

National

Direct Provision Population 2012 - 2018

Number of New Asylum Applicants 2012-18

Regional

EU 28 New Asylum Applications

International

Forced Displacement Trends 2011 – 2018 (millions)

  • UNHCR Population Statistics / Data Overview

JRS in Limerick

Address: Della Strada • Dooradoyle Road • Limerick.
Phone: +353 61 480 922
Email: [email protected]

JRS in Dublin

Address: 54-72 Gardiner Street Upper • Dublin 1 • D01 TX23. Phone: +353 1 814 8644
Email: [email protected]

JRS in Limerick

Address: Della Strada • Dooradoyle Road • Limerick.
Phone: +353 61 480 922
Email: [email protected]

JRS in Dublin

Address: 54-72 Gardiner Street Upper • Dublin 1 • D01 TX23.
Phone: +353 1 814 8644
Email: [email protected]