This week, over SIX HUNDRED undocumented people sent these postcards to Ministers Flanagan & Humphreys to remind them that in communities, homes & businesses all over Ireland, undocumented people are doing work that is *essential* to Irish society. #TheOtherUndocumentedIrish
This Is My Life: Growing Up Undocumented In Ireland
A new film made in collaboration with Migrant Rights Centre Ireland, Young, Paperless and Powerful and Blue Hue Productions
Greg Byrne writes:
“Right now there’s no line for them to join. No form they can fill out. No way to lift the burden of growing up undocumented in Ireland. Let’s change that. Young, Paperless and Powerful are showing what it’s like to grow up undocumented in Ireland. They know the problems and they have the solution. It’s time for everyone else to listen.”
Previously: Paperless Birthday Card
On Dame Street, Dublin 2.
Mark Malone tweetz:
Solidarity message. “Happy St Patrick’s Day to the undocumented in the US from the undocumented in Ireland.”
Migrant Rights Centre Ireland writes:
“Every day, home carers and family carers carry out some of the most important work ever. In this new short film, care providers and recipients talk about their relationships and why quality care should matter to us all.”
Previously: Who Cares For The (Migrant) Care Workers?
Friends, and supporters of undocumented adults and children unveil a Patrick’s Day message banner [by the Migrant Rights Centre] wishing “Happy St. Patrick’s Day to the undocumented in the U.S.A from the undocumented in Ireland” covering four storeys of 37 Dame Street, across the road from the Central Bank, Dublin…
(Sasko Lazarov/Photocall Ireland)