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Decision-making among migrants to Dublin, Ireland

Anthony Philip Glascock

Decision-making among migrants to Dublin, Ireland

by Anthony Philip Glascock

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Published by University of Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rural-urban migration -- Ireland -- Dublin.,
  • Ireland -- Social conditions.,
  • Ireland -- Population.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Anthony Philip Glascock.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 208 leaves :
    Number of Pages208
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22023090M

    The Tithe Applotment Books record the results of a unique land survey taken to determine the amount of tax payable by landholders to the Church of Ireland, the established church until They are known as the Tithe Applotment Books because the results of this land survey were originally compiled in nearly 2, hand-written books. Get this from a library! Migration and the making of Ireland. [Bryan Fanning] -- Migration and the Making of Ireland richly explores accounts of migrant experiences across more than four centuries. The motivations that drove migration to Ireland and emigration from Ireland since.

    Dublin was unable to absorb the tens of thousands who left the land every decade. Those who did come from the country generally came from the surrounding counties of Meath, Kildare and Wicklow, or other eastern counties like Wexford, with only 7% of migrants living in Dublin in from Connacht. Rights of Migrants in Ireland There are many different types of immigration permission and each one has different rights associated with it. We’ve written a leaflet on the different types of permission: A guide to the rights of migrants in Ireland – Crosscare Migrant Project-AMIF – V4 March

    The relocation strand of the Irish Refugee Protection Programme is now interviewing more than 80 asylum seekers at a time in Athens every month for relocation to Ireland from Greece as a single group. “In Ireland, State policy and popular opinion encourages and facilitates bilingualism. Migrants similarly value the ability to communicate in a variety of languages. However, there is no evidence that adult migrants are being encouragedto see the Irish language as a means of communication and integration in Ireland, despite the fact that many.


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