Filipino Community in Ireland

Filipino Community Groups

There are over 50 active community organisations in Ireland. These groups bring people together based on similar work, hobbies, interests, regions, religions, missions and advocacies. An updated list will be posted here shortly. To find out more about these community groups, contact Wendell Bersabal, Community Engagement and Youth Empowerment Officer of the Philippine Consulate Dublin […]

Community Engagement

Apart from our Open Door Policy where we welcome volunteers and provide opportunities for community meetings, the Consulate promotes equality and respect to all individuals and aims to prioritise the following: Reaching out to Non-Dublin based organisations: Although most Filipinos are based in Dublin, reaching out to organisations outside the capital is a priority. Focus […]

History of Filipino Community Ireland Consultation-Forum-Meeting

October 2002 The first meeting-consultation held in St. Joseph Parish (Berkeley Rd) conference room with 18 Filipino work permit holders and organised by UK-based Centre For Filipinos, which at that time there were many reported cases of work exploitation, abuses, bullying and work permits not being renewed. The data collected was submitted to the Philippine […]

History of Bilateral Relations Between the Philippines and Ireland

The Philippines and Ireland enjoy strong bilateral relations with dynamic people-to-people linkages starting with the relationship between Josephine Bracken and Jose Rizal in the 19th Century. Migration experts may not consider this romantic event as significant enough to establish social and historic ties between Ireland and the Philippines, but to many Filipinos, nothing embodied our […]

Philippine Consulate/Embassy in Ireland

In the 1980s, the Government of Ireland made representations to the Government of the Philippines concerning the welfare of missionaries in the Philippines. Due to the presence of a strong common dominant faith, the Catholic faith, the Philippines has been described as “a sort of Catholic Ireland located off the coastline of Asia". A strong […]

Ireland and Philippines Relations

Ireland is represented in the Philippines through its embassy in Singapore and an honorary consulate in Manila. The Embassy of Ireland in Singapore is accredited on a non-residential basis to the Philippines. Ireland is represented in the Philippines by our Honorary Consul General, Mrs Noreen F. Trota. Ambassador Keating presented credentials to President Benigno S. […]

Filipinos in Ireland

Individuals normally resident in Ireland and born in the Philippines Totals for the 2011 and 2016 Census     Philippine Population by County Leinster Munster Connacht Ulster Statistical Data on OWWA Members in Ireland By Gender, Year 2016 to 2018

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