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
Catherine Reilly speaks with Fabu D
DUBLIN’S Lord Mayor has saluted the “positive contribution” made to the city by the Chinese community over the past several years.
THE MALAWIAN community in Ireland has been left saddened and concerned by the unexplained death of a Dublin-based compatriot.
An inquest will be held into the death of Nigerian woman Bimbo Onanuga who died almost three years ago following treatment at Dublin’s Rotunda maternity hospital.
A highly valued friend to the immigrant communities, Dr Teresa Brannick McIlduff, passed away on 12 December aged 62.
Catherine Reilly speaks with Dubliner Gerard McDonald
An immigrant support group has welcomed a Supreme Court decision that overturned, on grounds of lack of transparency, a refusal by the Minister for Justice to grant citizenship to a Syrian national.
Feminist punks sentenced to two years for ‘hooliganism motivated by religious hatred’
A TEENAGER of Nigerian background has designed the new uniform tie for a well-known school in south Dublin where he is a sixth year student.