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The Asylum Archive

In Ireland, since 1999, all asylum seekers and refugees live under a system called direct provision. The state directly provide housing, food and a small allowance. Currently around 5,000 people live under this system. It is terrible - people living under it are institutionalised. I don't think this is an OK way to treat asylum seekers, and I'm very upset about that.

I'm a photographer from Serbi…