• Organization TypeInstitute
  • HeadquartersIreland

Immigrant Council of Ireland

At the Immigrant Council of Ireland, an Independent Law Centre, they have been working to provide assistance to people from a migrant background, improving and protecting their rights since their establishment in 2001. Their vision in the Immigrant Council of Ireland is of a society that is fair, respects human rights and diversity and is committed to everyone, including people from a migrant background having the opportunity to fulfil their potential.  The Immigrant Council of Ireland is a human rights organisation and Independent Law Centre. They support and advocate for the rights of immigrants and their families and act as a catalyst for public debate, legal and policy change.
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Staff at Immigrant Council of Ireland have experience in


  • tertiary education
  • human rights
  • youth
  • law
  • reproductive health


  • ireland
  • kenya
  • germany
  • nicaragua
  • switzerland


  • managerial experience
  • business development
  • international experience

Company Offices

  • Ireland (headquarters)
  • Dublin
  • 2 St Andrew Street, Dublin 2