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Students’ deportation order and hunger strike ‘explicitly demonstrate why the Direct Provision system must be ended’

The Union of Students in Ireland expresses its support and solidarity to two Athlone Institute of Technology students living in Direct Provision who are facing deportation in 35 days and reiterates its calls for an urgent end to the Direct Provision system. Second year Social Care student, David and his wife Fortunate who is an AIT Access student through the Colleges of Sanctuary programme have been issued with a deportation order for September 2 - after four years living in Direct Provision in Ireland - in the midst of a global pandemic. The news of the deportation order comes in…
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USI supports DCU Students’ Union #SaveOurShepherd Campaign.

The Union of Students in Ireland passionately support the campaign to revoke DCU student Shepherd Machaya’s deportation order for Sunday 21st October. DCU Students’ Union is leading this social justice campaign, calling upon Minister Charlie Flanagan to revoke the order immediately.
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USI Irish Language Policy

Following are the rules and guidelines in relation to the use of Irish within the Union of Students in Ireland. They will provisional standing in terms of the function and work of the USI until National Congress 2013, when they will be they will be put before the organisation. 1. Publications a. All principle documentation (policies, lobbying documents etc.) shall be printed bi-lingually, in case of existing policy they will be translated on a continuing basis from here on out. The V.P. Irish, while having overall responsibility for this work will consult with the relevant officer when necessary. b. In…

USI Congress Motions are Open

The Congress of the Union of Students in Ireland will take place in the Sheraton Hotel, Athlone, Co. Westmeath from 31 March until 3 April 2014. The window for the submission of motions and proposed amendments to the USI Constitution is now open. Motions may be submitted between 10 January 2014 and 5.30 pm on 7 February 2014. The Pre-Clár (Agenda) will be issued no later than 21 February 2014 for motions to be prioritised. The Ballot for prioritisation will close at 5.30pm on 7 March 2014 The Final Running Order for debates (The Motions Document) will be sent to SUs and published here on 14 March…

Student Teachers Priced Out Of Teaching Courses

The Union of Students in Ireland (USI) is demanding student teachers receive financial support while on placement in response to a recent report which found a ‘total collapse’ in the number of people applying for teacher-training course. Following student teacher’s one year higher diploma being replaced by a to a two year professional masters of education, the Union is concerned that the cost of college is the contributing factor for this crisis. This barrier can be somewhat overcome by supporting students financially to cover the cost of travel, accommodation, materials, and food in order to alleviate the financial burden placed…
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