Leaving the most vulnerable behind: Reflection on the Covid-19 pandemic and Direct Provision in Ireland

7 Aug 2020
Irish Journal of Sociology

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In this article, Egle looks at how the measures taken to protect those deemed vulnerable have not been extended to include some 7700 international protection applicants living in Direct Provision centres. She reflects on how asylum seekers, one of the most vulnerable groups in Irish society, have been left behind during the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Published in the Irish Journal of Sociology by Sage Publications, read the full article here:

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