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Undocumented Migrants on ‘Journey for Justice’ Welcomed to Galway, Clare

Date Released: 19 June 2013

On Saturday 22nd June, undocumented migrants living in Ireland will undertake a ‘Journey for Justice’ bus tour across Ireland, starting in Dublin and stopping in Galway City and the Cliffs of Moher. Undocumented migrants, including families and children, are bravely stepping out of the shadows to publicly urge the Government to give them the chance to fully integrate with and contribute to their communities.

The tour is organised by the Justice for the Undocumented campaign and supporters who are calling for a pathway to citizenship for undocumented migrants in Ireland, similar to that currently proposed in the USA. Justice for the Undocumented is an initiative of the Migrant Rights Centre Ireland (MRCI).  
GALWAY: Civic Reception
Hosted by: Western Region of Galway & Mayo Family Resource Centres
Date: Saturday 22nd June 2013
Start: 12 noon
Where: Galway City Museum, Spanish Arch, Galway
Speakers: Mayors of Galway City & County; representatives of Western Region Family Resource Centres and Justice for the Undocumented.

Giant cards to be held up by undocumented migrants, representing who they are: Neighbor, Sister, Taxpayer, Chef, Father, Dreamer, etc.
Cards spelling out JOURNEY 4 JUSTICE
CLIFFS OF MOHER: Message in a Bottle
Hosted by: Clare supporters of Justice for the Undocumented
Date: Saturday 22nd June 2013Start: 5pm
Where: Cliffs of Moher

Giant bottle with message of solidarity with undocumented migrants in the USA
Cards spelling out JOURNEY 4 JUSTICE

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