IOM Ireland: Challenges to Migrant Inclusion
A Film Screening and Panel Discussion on the topic ‘Migration and Human Trafficking’ by the International Organisation for Migration Ireland will take place at 11am Friday 11th November in Screen 3, Light House Cinema, Smithfield, Dublin 7. Admission is FREE but prebooking is required – https://dublincityinclusion.ie/event/iom-ireland-challenges-to-migrant-inclusion/
International Organisation for Migration Ireland will showcase their work on migrant integration and inclusion in Ireland. The showcase will include the screening of three video testimonies from former IOM service users, who will also participate in a panel discussion. This will be followed by a presentation by IOM Ireland on the various and diverse challenges faced by migrants.
• Welcoming with IOM Ireland’s Chief of Mission, Lalini Veerassamy
• Video ‘Brazilian Community in Ireland’ with Father Severino Pinheiro (St Mary of the Angels)
• Shairoze Akran’s video
• Elham Sham’s video
• Panel (Shairoze, Priest Severino and Elham) with Q&A
• IOM’s presentation
• Tom Vaughan-Lawlor’s piece – Intro to human trafficking
• Detective Superintendent, Derek Maguire of the Human Trafficking Investigation Unit and the Organised Prostitution Investigation Unit at the Garda National Protective Services Bureau will give a talk on his experience
• IOM Ireland’s short film Anyone: Deceived
The event will also feature an audiovisual piece on Human Trafficking by Tom Vaughan – Lawlor. Detective Superintendent, Derek Maguire, of the Human Trafficking Investigation Unit and the Organised Prostitution Investigation Unit at the Garda National Protective Services Bureau will provide some in-depth statics and stories from his experience.
A portrayal of the harrowing fictionalised accounts of victims who are trafficked to Ireland will be seen in a screening of the IOM’s new short film, ‘Anyone: Deceived’. IOM Ireland staff will discuss their efforts to help migrants and the event will conclude with a Q&A session.