Transitioning from Direct Provision to life in the community: The experiences of those who have been granted refugee status, subsidiary protection or 'leave to remain' in Ireland
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|Title:||Transitioning from Direct Provision to life in the community: The experiences of those who have been granted refugee status, subsidiary protection or 'leave to remain' in Ireland||Authors:||Ní Raghallaigh, Muireann
|Permanent link:||http://hdl.handle.net/10197/7064||Date:||Sep-2015||Abstract:||This submission is based on the preliminary findings of research that is funded by the Irish Research Council under its New Foundations – Engaging Civil Society strand. The research was conducted in partnership with the Irish Refugee Council. A research team of academics and asylum seekers conducted interviews with ex-asylum seekers who have been granted refugee status, subsidiary protection or 'leave to remain', as well as with relevant stakeholders. A total of 22 individuals who had experience of living in Direct Provision (DP) hostel(s) were interviewed. Fourteen had already made the transition and eight were in the process of trying to move out. To date, five stakeholder interviews have taken place.||Funding Details:||Irish Research Council||Type of material:||Government Publication||Publisher:||Taskforce on Transitional Supports for Persons Granted Status in Direct Provision||Keywords:||Direct provision;Asylum seekers;Refugees||Language:||en||Status of Item:||Not peer reviewed|
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