January Newsletter - Nasc, the Irish Immigrant Support Centre
Nasc, the Irish Immigrant Support Centre

Protecting Human Rights, Promoting Integration, Campaigning for Change

Successful Legal Education event hosted by Nasc and Pila

Nasc and PILA (the Public Interest Law Alliance) co-hosted a legal education event at our premises in Cork City. The morning session, on Housing Law, was presented by solicitor Cian Moriarty while the afternoon session on Family Law was presented by solicitor Claire McCarthy...[Read More]

Deyemi's Story in the Spotlight

On Monday the 24th of February, RTE's Nationwide broadcasted a special programme about the 2013 Better Together Awards and featured Nasc's competition video entry. The Better Together Awards, held in Dublin Castle in December, honoured the best of Irish voluntary organisations that form the backbone of communities....[Read More]

Photographic exhibition challenges stereotypes of Roma

On Friday 28th of February, members of the Roma community gathered in City Hall today with Nasc, the Equality Authority and Pavee Point Traveller and Roma Centre for the launch of an exhibition to challenge stereotypes of Roma people living in Ireland. Roma: One People – Many Lives is a photographic exhibition and provides a unique opportunity to meet a number of Roma people who live, study and work here in Ireland...[Read More]

Nasc presents at Justice Committee Hearings on Domestic and Sexual Violence

Nasc presented to the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Justice, Equality and Defence as part of the Committee’s ongoing hearings on domestic and sexual violence and the review of the domestic violence legislation...[Read More]

Running to provide a brighter future for Separated Children 

Nasc is calling on our supporters to join us in running to provide a brighter future for Separated Children for this year’s Cork City Marathon on 2nd June 2014. We are looking for people to run, walk or do a team relay to raise money for our work to support Separated Children in Cork....[Read More]

Join the team! Nasc is Recruiting a Legal Intern

Nasc is inviting applications for a Legal Intern. The successful candidate will gain experience in the practical application of aspects of asylum, immigration and social welfare law. Main Function: To support the work of the Legal Officers and assist in the provision of information and advice at first instance through the walk-in service....[Read More]

Nasc Engages with Local Students

Over the past years Nasc has developed a great relationship with a number of local educational institutions in Cork and is delighted to be able to engage and share information on our work with students from a variety of disciplines...[Read More]
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