The Direct Provision Files

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From the Exploring Direct Provision project by UCD law lecturer Liam Thornton; at a direct provision protest; Liam Thornton

Law lecturer at University College Dublin Liam Thornton has today published 2,000-plus pages of material that he obtained under the Freedom of Information Act pertaining to direct provision.

It includes correspondence between the Department of Justice, the Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection, the Department of Housing and the HSE, between 1997 and 2018.

It follows months of work by Mr Thornton.

In fairness.

The Direct Provision Files

Liam Thornton

Previously: Preventing Social Amnesia (2013)

4 thoughts on “The Direct Provision Files

    1. diddy

      there’s loads of well connected people getting rich out of the housing crisis…DP being a branch of it. as for ending it..the only way to end it is to speed up asylum cases.

  1. Truth in the News

    We have a lot of people in direct provision, who were not brought in by the
    government as refuges’s, how did this group gain access to the country since
    its an island, there is something mysterious on how access was achieved
    is there organised trafficing and has it links to certain loyalist elements around
    Belfast with the purpose of destabilising south of the border to cause racial
    turmoil

  2. Liam Deliverance

    Well done Liam Thornton, this looks like a large undertaking. The real story of DP needs to be examined. I would be interested in what the EU order regarding DP was and currently is and also at what point are we relieved from their direction and the gov gets to decide their own response to DP. Do all other EU countries have to offer DP services and in the same ratio relative to population?

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