FLAC to launch Direct Provision report
Launch of Report: ‘One Size Doesn’t Fit All’. Accompanied by a screening of Living in Direct Provision
18 February 2010
This event will take place on Thursday 18 February 2010 at 11am in the Georgian Suite, Buswell’s Hotel (23-25 Molesworth Street, Dublin)
Launch of ‘One Size Doesn’t Fit All’
FLAC will launch their new report ‘One Size Doesn’t Fit All’, a legal analysis of the system of direct provision and dispersal in Ireland, 10 years on. The report updates and elaborates on some of the key concerns about the system of direct provision and dispersal identified in FLAC’s 2003 publication, Direct Discrimination? and examines the system of direct provision in the context of government policy, domestic law and international human rights standards.
Screening of ‘Living in Direct Provision’
‘Living in Direct Provision is a series of short films speaking to a variety of issues affecting asylum seekers and families living in the direct provision system. Filmed over a 6 month period through digital storytelling workshops, the DVD was produced by Integrating Ireland and the Refugee Information service in collaboration with FOMACS.
The event will be chaired by Noeline Blackwell, FLAC. There will be contributions from Josephine Ahern, ISICI, Sue Conlan, IRC, and Saoirse Brady, FLAC. The launch also marks the UN’s World Day of Social Justice which falls on 20 February.
Tea, coffee and sandwiches will follow the launch.
As spaces are limited please RSVP to:
email@example.com or at (01) 874 5690 by Friday 12 February 2010.
A regional launch will take place in Limerick on February 22 2010, see here for more.