Campaigning for change in immigration, asylum and integration policy and legislation is a critical part of Nasc's work. Our campaign priorities are directly influenced and informed by the issues we see our clinic service users face. So too is our Advocacy and Information Service informed by the relationships we form through our campaigning work.
Did you know that you do not have to be an Irish citizen in order to vote in Ireland? Everyone over the age of 18 who is ordinarily resident…Learn more
Nasc secured through IHREC’s 2021/2022 Human Rights and Equality funding to deliver a report on the implementation of the White Paper on…Learn more
For information on Higher Education in Ireland for Ukrainian Beneficiaries of Temporary Protection (BOTPs), click here. __________________…Learn more
The Report of the Advisory Group on the Provision of Support, including Accommodation, to Persons in the International Protection Process (Day…Learn more
“The family unit has a better chance of successfully… integrating in a new country rather than individual refugees” UNHCR, Family Protection…Learn more
People who arrive in Ireland seeking asylum or “international protection” (asylum seekers) are offered accommodation by the State in…Learn more