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Do you know your rights? In society each of us have rights – the right to life, freedom of speech and information, and more. In this section, find out about your rights and what to do if your rights are violated.
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Take our quiz on minimum ages in Ireland
Hate speech: What it is and why it's a problem
Seeking help after experiencing a crime
What should be in my employment contract?
All Your Rights articles
My rights as an undocumented young person in Ireland
The Migrant Rights Centre Ireland offer support and advice for undocumented people in Ireland
Being deported in Ireland: Advice and Support
The MRCI offer information for undocumented people living in Ireland
How to educate yourself about racism
In order to tackle racism in our society, we need to understand it
What is white privilege?
White privilege is a term used to describe the advantages white people have in society due to racist structures
What to do if you witness racism
It’s important to do something when you see racism - doing nothing sends a message that it’s okay
Taking your driving test during COVID-19
Driving test services are gradually starting to reopen around Ireland
Common forms of racism in Ireland
INAR outlines common examples of racism experienced in Ireland
The effects of racism in Ireland
The Irish Network Against Racism (INAR) highlight the impact racism has on people living in Ireland
Where does racism originate from?
INAR highlights where racism originated from
A guide to understanding different dimensions of racism
INAR defines the different forms racism takes
What is a Special Care Unit for young people in care?
Learn more about what a Special Care Unit is in Ireland
Who is my legal guardian while I am under 18?
Learn more about who has the right to your guardianship as a young person
Migrant Rights Centre Ireland
Irish Council for Civil Liberties
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