Immigration System, Asylum & Policy Global Compact for Migration Agreement to be adopted on 10-11 December 2018

Migration Facts Ireland

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On December 10, 2018, Trudeau joins an international Global Compact for Migration agreement that grants migrants from all over the world broad "human rights" to migrate anywhere, including to Canada ..

"On 19 September 2016, Heads of State and Government from the 193 UN Member States came together at the UN General Assembly to discuss topics related to migration and refugees at the global level.. As a result, UN Member States agreed to cooperate in the elaboration of a Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration (GCM), expected to be adopted at an intergovernmental conference on international migration on 10-11 December 2018 in Morocco. The New York Declaration for Refugees and Migrants also set in motion a separate negotiation process for the Global Compact on Refugees..

The resulting Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration (GCM) is expected to be the first, intergovernmental negotiated agreement, prepared under the auspices of the United Nations, to cover all dimensions of international migration in a holistic and comprehensive manner.."

Global Compact for Migration (GCM)


Migration Facts Ireland

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Gemma O'Doherty comes out against the the UN Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration

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Gemma O'Doherty:

"Almost 20% of Ireland’s population is now made up of foreign migrants, and some small rural towns like Cahir, Ballyhaunis, and Edworthstown are over 30%. Migrants also make up one third of the new homeless. Today, FG’s thinktank, the ESRI, called for ‘an influx of foreign migrants’ into Ireland to build new houses at a time when more than 25% of those on social housing lists are foreign-born. A classic example of Leprechaun economics.

"Ireland has been subjected to radical demographic change in a very short space of time. And not all of it is positive.

"Like most Fine Gael policies, it makes absolutely no sense for society or the economy to bring more young migrants into the country at a time when there is a dire lack of housing, the health service is on its knees and schools are packed to capacity. No Irish person should be afraid to think or say that. Nor should anybody believe that FG have any compassion for vulnerable migrants. They hold them in the same contempt as they do Irish people in need. Like most ‘services’ run by the state, migration in Ireland is little more than a money-making racket for the self-serving elite."