Migrant Rights and Supports

AkiDwA supports migrant women affected by crime, with a specific focus on domestic violence. They provide confidential information; advocacy; accompaniment to court and other appointments; referrals to legal support, counselling, voluntary assisted return; and referrals/signposting to other services as deemed necessary.

Nasc provides legal and advocacy support relating to rights and entitlements for migrants and refugees across Ireland.

Crosscare is the Social Support Agency of the Catholic Archdiocese of Dublin and provides a range of social care, community and youth work services across the Dublin Archdiocese.

The Irish Refugee Council (IRC) works with and for refugees in Ireland. They offer a drop-in and appointment service every Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. This service is free and confidential and operates separately to the Irish Refugee Council Independent Law Centre and as such does not provide legal advice.

Migrant Rights Centre Ireland is a national organisation working for justice, empowerment and equality for migrants and their families.

The Immigrant Council of Ireland provides independent legal services to Ireland's migrant community.

FLAC provides free confidential legal advice services in all areas of law. The service is administered by volunteer lawyers to people all around the country.

We provide support and information to victims of crime in Ireland over phone, email and text

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