Hubert McCormack, administrator with Muscular Dystrophy Ireland, on…
Her favourite event in Dublin
Issy was a big fan of the Festival of World
A Cork radio presenter’s highly inflammatory comments on immigrants has prompted Labour TD and former Metro Éireann columnist Aodhán Ó Ríordáin to remark on Twitter that he had seen more informed arguments “scribbled
A prominent Fine Gael activist in west Dublin has become chairman of the Ireland Chapter of Nigeria’s dominant political party, but has not ruled out contesting further
Flora Okobi of Culture Connect in Drogheda tells Catherine Reilly how her organisation aims to lessen misunderstandings between Ireland’s communities
Gabi Muntean is Roma community worker with Pavee Point. Her work is wide ranging and she brings a lived experience to it.
Zimbabwean Reuben Hambakachere on…
Neither the HSE nor the Coroner Service have ever raised any issue surrounding asylum seeker accommodation following resident deaths, it has emerged.
An inquest hearing into the death of a Nigerian following treatment at the Rotunda Hospital in March 2010 has adjourned until July with a view to ensuring testimony from key
Youth officer Roberto Samson on…
An extradition case involving a Dublin-based Nigerian woman wanted in France in connection with an investigation into alleged human trafficking and money laundering is due back before the High Court on 25 April.
Journalist Jekaterina ‘Kate’ Saveljeva on…
Phone calls from upset parents whose children have been racially abused at sports matches are an almost weekly occurrence at the Sport Against Racism Ireland (Sari) office in Dublin.
Craft gallery owner Ruta Kersiene on…
From languishing in a Dublin asylum seeker hostel to becoming a published author and undertaking a PhD medical sociology, Nigerian woman Ifedinma Dimbo will surely pen her own remarkable story some day.
Ceemex and Company, the Nigerian-founded solicitors firm that was the first ehtnic minority-led practice to open in Ireland and was involved in a number of of landmark immigration cases, has closed down.
Ireland’s EU presidency comes at a time when Europe must take decisive action to address hate crime, says Enar Ireland director Catherine Lynch
In a suburb of Harare in Zimbabwe, a young boy sat in the garden of the family home working on a logical task set by his father. Piece by piece, the boy completed the assignment and sought his father out. “Oh,” said father to mother, “he