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Research Request- Polish immigrant community in Ireland.



afsarimg    
10 Nov 2011  #1

I'm a student visiting at Trinity College Dublin and I'm working on a research project on the Polish immigrant community in Ireland (my mother is a Polish immigrant to the States and I spend a good amount of time in her home country, so I'm interested in the cultural interaction). I'm looking to compile a series of personal narratives from Polish immigrants to the country — especially to Dublin — and would love volunteers to speak with me about their experiences.

If anyone is interested in participating, please contact me at afsarimg@tcd.ie


moseleyphotos 1 | 8    
10 Nov 2011  #2

Hi I am doing a similar project in Manchester (only started 5 weeks ago) , however it is a photography/multi media project based on Polish workers and the exclusion they sometimes face, maybe of interest to you? If interested mail me so I can give you the url of webpage, don't think I am allowed to post it?
hythorn 3 | 581    
10 Nov 2011  #3

come on post it, let's see what you have been up to?
what is the worst that can happen?
if the mods don't like it they will bin it
RevokeNice 15 | 1,867    
11 Nov 2011  #4

I can bring you on a tour of occupied West Dublin and introduce you to the cultural enrichers and you can visit their self imposed ghettos for yourself.

You can experience the invasion for yourself.

We will probably have bigger peace walls than West Belfast in a generation or two.
smurf 39 | 1,997    
11 Nov 2011  #5

You can experience the invasion for yourself.

We will probably have bigger peace walls than West Belfast in a generation or two.

Christ, you are a sad prick Revoke, people comin onto a forum lookin for some help with their studies and you insist on badgering your small minded orga sinn fein nonsense on them, why don't you just fck off back to trolling on thejournal.ie or boards.ie instead.

Mods, I understand if ya give me a ban for my language used but this guy Revoke has seriously got to go. His posts have all been just to troll, nothing he has written has been to add any worth to this forum.
RevokeNice 15 | 1,867    
11 Nov 2011  #6

Christ, you are a sad prick Revoke, people comin onto a forum lookin for some help with their studies

I offered to meet him and show him around the one area in Ireland that has the highest concentration of Polish people.

Which I would happily do. He would experience the best of Dublins hospitality and he would have my personal assurances regarding his safety. It would be ideal, for his study. Right at the coalface, if you will.

you insist on badgering your small minded orga sinn fein nonsense on them,

I left Sinn Fein before I finished college when I realised they wanted to remove British rule by administrating it.

So wrong again. Like you were wrong about me being on the dole because I live in a working class area(by choice) as I support Shamrock Rovers. A team which is currently doing Ireland proud on the second biggest stage in europe.

Mods, I understand if ya give me a ban for my language used but this guy Revoke has seriously got to go. His posts have all been just to troll, nothing he has written has been to add any worth to this forum.

I have offered to host this young student and bring him around the distract were Poles are most concentrated in Ireland.

He could visit local pubs which regularly stream Polish football matches. The local community centre which hosts weekly intercultural cookery lessons, language classes and dance lessons etc etc.

Which I would happily do. Just because your home town is mostly inhabited with sheep and farmers, aint my problem.
smurf 39 | 1,997    
11 Nov 2011  #7

I offered to meet him and show him around the one area in Ireland that has the highest concentration of Polish people

Since when has Limerick been in West Dublin?

he would have my personal assurances regarding his safety

Listen to don corleone here, you've been watching too much sapranos boy...or playing too much GTA.

I left Sinn Fein

The fact that you were even in Sinn Fein show you're nothing only a gurrier.

Like you were wrong about me being on the dole because I live in a working class area

You're misquoting me here chap, I don't know, or care, if you're on the scratcher.

as I support Shamrock Rovers

Finally, we do have something in common.

A team which is currently doing Ireland proud

wouldn't go that far, they've played well but they've still lost 4 out of 4.

pubs which regularly stream

yea pull the other one, I'm sure there are locals in Shanty prefer watchin gornik zabrze take on jagelonska over their precious racing channel.
Meathead 5 | 473    
11 Nov 2011  #8

Mods, I understand if ya give me a ban for my language used but this guy Revoke has seriously got to go. His posts have all been just to troll, nothing he has written has been to add any worth to this forum.

Oh, please don't remove RevokeNice, I find him a bit of a wit.
RevokeNice 15 | 1,867    
12 Nov 2011  #9

Since when has Limerick been in West Dublin?

Maths aint your strong point.

A quick google tells me that there are 17 Polski Skelps in the west Dublin region. Thats just west Dublin, not Dublin as a whole.

Six in the whole of Limerick. Not just Limerick city.

No, either there are a sh!t tonne more Poles in West Dublin, the Limerick based Polish shops are making crazy moolah, or the Irish in West Dublin have taken to Polish food like they have taken to class A drugs. Id go with option A. FFS, I had difficulty getting some of my old school mates to try chick fcken fajitas when I had them around two weeks ago. Like fcuk they would wander into a Polski Skelp to get ingredients for a meal.

And check the census numbers freely available on the CSO's website.

Listen to don corleone here, you've been watching too much sapranos boy...or playing too much GTA.

A trinners student would hear nothing but bad things, from his fellow students, about certain areas in Dublin. I am a counteracting that by telling him he will be perfectly fine.

The fact that you were even in Sinn Fein show you're nothing only a gurrier.

Sound. Michael Collins, Harry Boland, Brugha, Dev, Griffith, etc etc are all gurriers(very farmer like term)

You're misquoting me here chap, I don't know, or care, if you're on the scratcher.

Another thread. You're a farmers son living in Dublin.

Finally, we do have something in common.

No we do not. If you're not from Dublin, you aint welcome at Shamrock Rovers. I am a member of the 400 club. Culchie bandwagoners aint welcome.

wouldn't go that far, they've played well but they've still lost 4 out of 4.

Set to dominate the league for the near future. First Irish team to make it into the Europa League proper. Financially secure. Growing supporter base throughout Dublin. Regained our trophy. Plans to expand the stadium. Yeah, not bad for a team that was looking at the wall just a few brief years ago. And thats thanks to people like me coughing up their own hard earned cash.

yea pull the other one, I'm sure there are locals in Shanty prefer watchin gornik zabrze take on jagelonska over their precious racing channel.

Hey culchie boy. I know this is an amazing concept for ya, but some pubs(actually most) have numerous plasma screen tvs.

Oh, please don't remove RevokeNice, I find him a bit of a wit.

I never heard this expression. What does it mean?
Brecht - | 1    
27 Feb 2015  #10

Merged: Out of the box - Dialogues with Polish Migrants in Northern Ireland. A documentary by Bernhard Wolf

Out of the box - Dialogues with Polish Migrants in Northern Ireland.
A documentary by Bernhard Wolf - based on an idea of Rainer Vangermain (1st camera) .Original length of the film 2 hours - Excerpts 12 minutes, All rights reserved - copyright 2015





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