The Diversity at Work Network – a partnership between the Chambers of Commerce of Ireland, the National Consultative Committee on Racism in Ireland and the Institute of Technology Blanchardstown - today said rogue employers exploiting non-national workers should be severely penalised and have their names publicised.
Tue, 19 Apr, 2005
WE are writing to add our voices to the concerns expressed by many regarding the recent Immigration Bill, which has been, rightly, denounced as bad law, out of step with equivalent legislation elsewhere and dangerously lacking in any form of monitoring.
Tue, 10 Feb, 2004
THE Muslim community in Ireland feared for the worst following the terrorist attacks on New York and Washington, but a year later the good wishes and interest of the majority of citizens have overwhelmed the isolated incidents of abuse and attacks from the ignorant and the racist.
Thu, 12 Sep, 2002
RACIST attackers should get longer jail sentences, according to the State’s racism watchdog. The Government’s leading adviser on racism, Philip Watt last night called for more effective measures to tackle the rise in racist violence and harassment.
Mon, 02 Sep, 2002