Local Directories for Migrants


The following guides have been produced in a number of different languages to help immigrants learn about their local community and locate relevant services.

Find Your Way: A Guide to Key Services in Dublin City Centre
This useful guide which is published by the Dublin City Centre Citizens Information Service in association with Dublin City Public Libraries and the North West Inner City Network is a directory of local services in the Dublin City area. The initiative was funded by the then Office of the Minister for Integration (now the Office for the Promotion of Migrant Integration).

You can get an English language copy of the guide by clicking here. The guide is also available in the following languages: -
ChineseFrenchPolishRussian


The printed publication has a smaller map version inside the back cover, in the appropriate language. This is available free of charge, by dropping into the Dublin City Centre Citizen Information office at, 13A Upper O'Connell St, Dublin 1. Telephone: 01 8090633.


A useful site for general information about Dublin is www.dublin.ie.


Newcomer’s Guide to Cork City

The Newcomer's Guide to Cork City aims to introduce newcomers to all aspects of living in Cork - from finding somewhere to live and a job to understanding the school system and the transport system.

Printed in English, French, Russian, Romanian and Polish, it also signposts readers to where they can find more detailed information and support.


A Newcomer’s Guide to the South East

The Newcomer's Guide to the South East aims to introduce newcomers to the South East of Ireland (Counties Carlow, Kilkenny, Tipperary, Waterford and Wexford).

Printed in English, Polish, Russian, and Czech, it also refers the reader to other, more detailed sources of information and support.




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