Visit by US Department of State Staff and Cois Tine's submission to the Irish Government


Department of State staff Peter Glennon and Andrew Wilson, based at the U.S. Embassy in Dublin, visited Cois Tine in September. The visit followed on Cois Tine's research published recently in the Book "Open Secrets an Irish perspective on Trafficking and Witchcraft." Cois Tine's research and experience of encountering victims of trafficking was the subject of the visit.

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Ireland's Asylum Policy; Children seeking a childhood need not apply 
October 5, 2012  
By Catherine Flynn
In the run-up to the Children's Rights Referendum in November, this month's Opinion Piece looks at the status of Ireland's 2,000 asylum children and their rights. Catherine Flynn details the unsettling aspect of these children's rights in Irish law and suggests what is needed to deal with the issue.  Read more


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The Irish Times - Friday, October 12, 2012 
During a visit to Dublin the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, Antonio Guterres said that impoving proceedures would reduce the current backlog.  Read more

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