Refugees 'struggling to access basic services' in emergency accommodation, says council
NASC, the Migrant and Refugee Rights Centre, based in Cork, said it was also aware of "serious issues" around access to schooling for children living in these emergency Direct Provision centres.
"With the beginning of the new academic year, there does not seem to be any indication that these issues have been resolved and children will be able to access their constitutional right to an education."
Fiona Finn, CEO Nasc
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