Migrant Rights Centre Ireland

Migrant Rights Centre Ireland

13 Lower Dorset Street
Co. Dublin

Opening Hours

9:30am - 17:30pm, with some outreach or community meetings on evenings and weekends

Migrant Rights Centre Ireland is a national organisation working to promote justice, empowerment and equality for migrants and their families.

For ten years, MRCI has taken a stand with migrants to tackle the root causes of inequality. We use a community work approach with a focus on participation, leadership and empowerment, and have a strong track record in securing policy changes - including the criminalisation of forced labour, the Bridging Visa for undocumented migrants, reversal of work permit changes, protections for domestic & agriculture workers, and reversing the minimum wage cut.

MRCI operates a Resource Centre and has a national remit. Current priorities include rights for undocumented migrants; identification and protection of victims of trafficking for forced labour; employment rights and protections for vulnerable workers in hidden or precarious sectors, including migrants in diplomatic households, au pairs, carers, domestic workers, and restaurant workers; ethnic profiling and access to education.

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