‘The things you need to do again to be human’: coming out of direct provision in Ireland

‘The things you need to do again to be human’: coming out of direct provision in Ireland A priest runs as riot police fire tear gas canisters to disperse demonstrators during a protest organized by Catholic activists in Kinshasa, Congo. At least six people were killed during demonstrations across the country against delayed elections and Congolese President Joseph Kabila. Photo: CNS
The journey for some fleeing war to finding long-term safety in Ireland can be a long and tough one, writes Róise McGagh   Papy Kahoya Kasongo came to Ireland in 2015 from the Democratic Republic of Congo. Forced to flee due to his proximity to a controversial religious leader, he faced a long battle until…
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