The Centre for Creative Practices, CFCP, founded in September 2009, is the only arts organisation in Ireland dedicated to connecting, integrating and promoting migrant, experimental and emerging artists among the local arts scene and audiences.
Cultúr was established in 2004 with the main purpose of promoting a multicultural Meath and facilitating the smooth integration of foreign nationals who have chosen to live in this country into Irish society.
Donegal Travellers’ Project, founded in 1996, has been an important part of the wider struggle for Travellers’ rights, both through its work locally and in solidarity with others at regional and national levels.
We are a community based organisation open to all nationalities and ethnic groups which is commited to promoting and celebrating the development of a multicultural society through the integration of established and new communities living in Ireland.
We are an organisation of Travellers and settled people working together to provide services to Travellers in the Dublin area. We provide Family Support, Youth Services, Drugs Counselling and Education programmes to members of the Traveller community in the Dublin area.
The Irish Network Against Racism (INAR) is a membership organisation. Our strength is in our Members, a growing, national Network of diverse Civil Society Organisations committed to combating racism and all related forms of discrimination in every sphere of life in Ireland.
Established in 1951, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) is the leading intergovernmental organization in the field of migration and is committed to the principle that humane and orderly migration benefits migrants and society. IOM is part of the United Nations system, as a related organization.
The Irish Refugee Council is an independent, membership-based, non-governmental organisation (NGO). It seeks to ensure that Ireland's asylum policy and practice accord fully with international law and the human rights of asylum-seekers and refugees
JRS Ireland provides outreach and support to individuals, families and children seeking asylum in Ireland at all stages of the protection process residing in state provided Direct Provision accommodation.
Pavee Point is a partnership of Irish Travellers and settled people working together to improve the lives of Irish Travellers through working towards social justice, solidarity, socio-economic development and human rights.
SPIRASI is a voluntary and intercultural humanitarian organisation. It welcomes refuge seekers including survivors of torture whatever their background, and works with them and the host community in the process of integration.