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Fiona Murphy and Ulrike M. Vieten

Provision, asylum seekers struggle with everyday life in Ireland, even after achieving refugee status. Articulations of belonging are highly connected to these experiences and many research participants continue to point to how their experiences in Direct Provision have negatively impacted on their relationship with Ireland. Examining Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland in tandem in the context of asylum seekers’ and refugees’ everyday life experiences shows the plurality of racist practices on the island of Ireland. In Northern Ireland

in Immigrants as outsiders in the two Irelands