Direct Provision is the system used to accommodate and provide basic welfare to people seeking asylum in Ireland.
Racism is when an individual, group, structure or institution intentionally (or unintentionally) abuses their power to the detriment of people, because of their action or perceived “racialised background.
Migration and Seeking Assylum
Globally there are more people on the move than ever before. These are people who were mostly forced to flee their own countries due to climate change, demographics, instability, growing inequality, terrorism, conflict and aspirations for a better life.
LQBTQi+ and global justice CPD, workshop, 4th November 2021
Find the recording and the resources of the WWGS workshop on LQBTQi+ in the context of global justice as part of Continuous Personal Development (CPD).
Migration and Direct Provision, Thematic Workshop, Dec 1st 2020
Find the WWGS webinar recording and resources specifically for teaching about Migration and Direct Provision (Sustainable Development Goal 10).
Racial Justice, WWGS Student Conference, April 2021
Find the recording of the WWGS Annual Student Conference 2021. Links to resources on racial justice are also included.
The Outsiders: Children living in direct provision in Ireland
A Teaching and Learning Unit for Junior Cycle on the theme of asylum seekers and direct provision.