‘Life On The Outside’: Women speak about surviving Ireland’s asylum system

On the ‘Life On The Outside’ podcast, Bairbre Flood talks to three women who’ve survived Direct Provision: Elsie Nwaora, Nomaxabiso Maye & Florence Eriamantoe.

It features some profound conversations about life in and life after Ireland’s asylum system, and touches music, belonging, identity, racism, activism.

MASI, the Movement of Asylum Seekers in Ireland, is a grassroots organisation campaigning for an end to direct provision. You can support their campaign financially and in other ways here.


On reaching the UK, people face a hostile environment. Without help, many will be forcibly sent back to the wars, persecution and misery they have fled.

Your donation will help us to help people in their struggle for the right to remain in the UK, and to campaign for migration justice


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