Tell us about your experience in the international protection process:
Last year, the Irish Government published the Report of Catherine Day and her Expert Advisory Group. This Report made recommendations on how the international protection process can be improved. A review of the process from beginning to end is being carried out to see how the
recommendations can be achieved.
The international protection process is when the International Protection Office (IPO) examine your claim, and also when the International Protection Appeals Tribunal (IPAT) hear appeals against negative IPO decisions. If you are currently in the protection (asylum) process or if you have recently
completed the process (within the last 18 months), we would like to hear from you.
Tell us about your journey through the process, what you think could be improved and how. Your thoughts and ideas will help the IPO and IPAT improve their processes, and how they engage with people at all stages of the process.
How you can get involved and have your voice heard:
We will be holding online workshops towards the end of February to listen to what
you have to say about your experiences of the processes. There are a number of
ways in which you can participate.
Please complete the questions in this link if you would like to participate.
You will have the option to continue to a short survey that you can complete
too to share your thoughts:
To Read more download the document below