Welcome to IOM Ireland’s Migrant Resource Hub, where you can access information, talk to people who understand, as well as assist you understand your own migration journey!
Ireland’s first Migrant Resource Hub was established in January 2020 and is based in the Lower Ground Floor of the IOM Ireland offices at 116 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin 2. It has been designed to facilitate migrants in accessing information around processes, assistance and services available to them, alongside giving migrants a direct link with virtual support in countries of origin.
IOM will also look to host information evenings with embassies & consulates, migrant-focused service providers and professionals that work with migrant communities across both Ireland and internationally.
IOM’s primary focus is on the welfare of migrants. Here in IOM, we invite you to make contact with us if you wish to find out more about IOM services, service providers in your area and key information that can assist you on your journey.
On the online Migrant Resource Hub portal, IOM also hosts information materials that will help distill agencies, organisations and avenues that can help you with any support that you may require to better understand and act upon your migration needs.
- Virtual Counselling
Making the decision to return to your country of origin can be a difficult task for many people, and we understand this at IOM Ireland. This is why we are offering our new Virtual Counselling service.
Virtual Counselling is a completely free and confidential service whereby a migrant in Ireland can speak to an IOM staff member in the country they are thinking of returning to. These IOM staff members are virtual counsellors. Virtual Counsellors are available across several countries to discuss any queries which you may have. The purpose of this service is to assist migrants in making a more informed decision before returning and ask any questions which they may have on the country of origin.
There are two types of sessions: 1. Individual sessions 2. Group sessions. The individual sessions consist of a one-to one meeting between the beneficiary and the virtual counsellor. A group session will be an interaction between the virtual counsellor and a group of migrants in Ireland mobilised by IOM Ireland staff who would like to find out more information about the return process. A virtual counsellor would host a maximum of 10 beneficiaries in any one session.
If you would like more information, please do not hesitate to get in contact with us at:
IOM Ireland Office Address:
International Organization for Migration,
116 Lower Baggot Street,
Co. Dublin, Ireland
Contact Number: +353 1 676 0655
Freephone Number: 1800 406 406
WhatsApp: +353 89 202 5636
- Migrant Country Profiles in Ireland
IOM Ireland understand the importance of providing accurate and contemporary migration data. The Migrant Country Profiles offer an insight into the latest statistics, resources and links on migration across several countries across the world.
- Contact information
International Organization for Migration
116 Lower Baggot Street – Dublin 2 – Ireland
Freephone: 1800 406 406
WhatsApp +353 87 131 7476 or +353 089 202 5636.