A pop up café set up to raise awareness of Direct Provision is closing

A pop up café set up to raise awareness of Direct Provision is closing

A pop up cafe set up to raise awareness about Direct Provision is closing today.

Our Table has been operating out of the Project Arts Centre in Dublin and is seeking a new home.

The not for profit sought to shine a light on direct provision, where asylum seekers cannot cook, or earn a living.

Co-founder of Our Table Ellie Kisyumbe says they hope to find a new premises; "We made this place, this project has been a very good experience for me, and it has been a well deserved experience for everyone.

"Ive made friends, we have made new connections, we have seen people intergrating in the society, we also have people who have come and got paid internship, which put smiles on their faces."


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