Meeting in Trinity College Dublin, 5pm Thursday 28th of October, Arts Block room 4050B
The Immigration, Residency and Protection Bill (IRP), currently going through the Dail, maintains and increases State racism. The University can be neither open nor egalitarian in a society in which citizenship is denied to many who work and study in Ireland. In addition, the IRP Bill will further undermine the rights of migrants who work at the university, maintains the exclusion of asylum seekers from 3rd level education and prohibits students from applying for long term residency in Ireland.
At this meeting the Anti Racism Network will provide an opportunity to discuss these and other elements of the IRP Bill, as well as how to resist it.