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What we do

We are one of the projects of Crosscare, the social support agency of the Dublin Archdiocese. The Archdiocese has provided different types of support to emigrants since the 1940s.  In 1987, in response to the increased numbers of people leaving Ireland in the 1980s, we were established as 'Emigrant Advice' and opened our city centre office.

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Support for Organisations

Across the world there are countless networks, big and small, resulting from Irish emigration. These connections are testament to the solidarity that Irish emigrants can show to each other. We are just one of almost 170 groups funded by the Department of Foreign Affair and Trade’s Emigrant Support Programme to support Irish emigrants in vulnerable situations. As part of this network, we believe strongly in the power of working together for the benefit of the Irish abroad.

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Latest News

New research report ‘Ní neart go cur le chéile – Irish emigrant community experiences during the Covid-19 pandemic’


Crosscare Migrant Project is pleased to launch a new research report ‘Ní neart go cur le chéile – Irish emigrant community experiences during the Covid-19 pandemic’. The new research examines the impact of the pandemic on the Irish emigrant community in Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom and United States through the experience and perspectives of… Read more »

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Our work with Irish emigrants is funded by the Emigrant Support Programme of the Department of Foreign Affairs

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This project is co-financed by the European Commission under the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund 2014-2020 and is supported by the Department of Justice and Equality

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