The Migrant Integration team has been established to support refugees and asylum seekers feel welcomed and integrated. Through a range of actions in the South Dublin area, our team assists the collectives in navigating Irish society. The team offers 1-2-1 support, while promoting advocacy through collaborative actions. Our mission is to make community services accessible to the migrant collective and diminish the barriers to their social inclusion. The team focuses on the issues of Physical and Mental Health/Well-Being, Education, Training Activities, Social Supports, Housing/Accommodation, Employment Support, as well as supports for Children and Families, and People living with a Disability and any other issues that may arise.
Weekly Clinic schedule:
Tuesdays Drop-in Clinics – from 14:00 to 16:30 in Mountain Park (D24 TDK2)
Wednesdays Drop-in Clinics – from 14:00 to 16:30 in Clondalkin Intercultural Centre (D22 FX54)
Wednesday Roma Clinic – from 9:30 to 13:00 in Russell Building (D24 DH74)
The centres are daytime hubs for refugee, asylum seeker and migrant communities living in South County Dublin. including Tallaght, Clondalkin and Citywest.
They both offer conversational English language classes, in addition to regular ESOL classes – catering to the English language training needs of almost 40 students each day. The centres also run several weekly drop-in, advice and support clinics for refugees and asylum seekers.
English Language Support Includes
- Free English one-to-one/group Language Lessons
- Literacy Support
- English Language Assessment Service
- ESOL Language Programme
Carmen Paredes: 087 0961490 (Clondalkin)
Mary Dillon: 0873336208 (Tallaght)