Migrant Stories of Dublin City - PhMuseum

Migrant Stories of Dublin City

Stephen Boyle

2010 - 2013

  • Anti-racism march, Dublin, April 2010
    This protest was held after the killing of 16 year old Toyosi Shittabey, a Nigerian national, in Dublin in 2010.

  • At the Mosque in the Islamic Cultural Centre of Ireland in Clonskeagh, Dublin, during the Festival of Sacrifice (Eid ul Adha).

    Women and children jostle good naturedly for gifts thrown into the crowd after prayers and sermon.

    November, 2010

  • Lucan, October 2010.

    Ruun came to Ireland in 2003. She waited for 18 months in various hostels and detention centres before she was granted residency status.

    She then had to wait for another 5 years before her family could join her

  • Bini Nigerians of Ireland at annual celebrations in Tallaght, January 2010.

    Every year the Bini Nigerians of Ireland converge in Tallaght, Dublin, to celebrate Bini culture and tradition.

  • Solidarity protest by Libyan nationals in Dublin City, during the Libyan uprising.

    February 2011.

  • Bini Nigerians of Ireland at annual celebrations in Tallaght, January 2010.

    Every year the Bini Nigerians of Ireland converge in Tallaght, Dublin, to celebrate Bini culture and tradition.

  • At the Shia Mosque in Dublin during prayers after breaking fast (Iftar) during Ramadan.
    Milltown
    August 2012

  • At the mosque in the Islamic Cultural Centre of Ireland.
    Clonskeagh, Dublin, 2010

  • At the Gurdwara Guru Nanak Darbar, the principle Sikh temple in Dublin.

    Ballsbridge
    September, 2011

  • Children play up for the camera at Dublin's principle Shia mosque during Ramadan.
    Milltown
    August 2012

  • At the Gurdwara Guru Nanak Darbar, the principle Sikh place of worship in Dublin.

    At the end of worship, "Karha Prashad" is handed around to all worshippers to eat. It is made from a blend of flour, butter and sugar.
    The Karha Prashad is considered blessed by the Guru, and should not be refused. It is accepted while kneeling and with cupped hands. The offering and receiving of this food is a vital part of hospitality protocols in Sikh faith.

    Ballsbridge
    September, 2011

  • At the Shia Mosque in Dublin during prayers after breaking fast (Iftar) during Ramadan.
    Milltown
    August 2012

  • At the Islamic Cultural Centre of Ireland, Clonskeagh, Co Dublin, during Eid ul Fitr celebrations, September 2010.

  • Somali Man
    Lucan, 2010

  • 16 year old Somali girl
    Lucan, 2011

  • At the Irish Islamic Cultural Centre in Clonskeagh, Dublin during Eid ul Adha.
    November 2010.

  • A Bini Nigerian family and relatives at annual celebrations in Tallaght, January, 2010.

  • Celebrants in the Mosque at the Islamic Cultural Centre of Ireland, Clonskeagh, Co Dublin, during the Muslim Festival of Sacrifice (Eid ul Adha), November, 2010.

  • At the Islamic Cultural Centre of Ireland, Clonskeagh, Co Dublin, during Eid ul Fitr celebrations, September 2010.

  • Somali National, Nasra Tayib
    Lucan, October 2010.

  • A Somali woman making traditional Somali bread.

    Lucan, June 2011.

  • Sikh men at prayer in the Gurdwara Guru Nanak Darbar, the principle Sikh temple in Dublin.
    Ballsbridge
    September, 2011


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