About us

We don’t want you to be worrying about your visa or employment status, losing sleep rather than having sweet dreams, paying too much for application assistance, stressing about tomorrow, missing out on all the great experiences of living in peace in a new country, having to deal with bullies or having to endure abuse, you can contact us so that we can help you to live in peace and to enjoy your life in your adopted country. You do not need to worry anymore, because we absolutely love making life easier for others. Time is our most valuable asset…let’s not waste it with stress or fear! 

Our purpose is to facilitate independence and equality, and to create awareness and understanding for the migrant community regarding their rights in Ireland. To provide a voice for those who may feel overwhelmed, lost and vulnerable in a new society. 

Fox represents wisdom, the archetype encourages learning and to value the act of strategic thinking, to inform and to be informed. The fox, as a social creature, values co-operation and the passing on of information to assist and ease the pressure of day-to-day existence. 

The fox can be seen to represent the teacher. A source of wisdom and great insight, the archetype of the fox stimulates the recognition that sharing knowledge is a great way of understanding our world and achieving great things together. 

Quezia is a legal professional in a multi-connected world. She’s passionate about empowering people.

“I am a Lawyer in Brazil and Portugal with over 10 years’ experience. 

I fell in love with teaching when I was a professor’s assistant during my bachelor’s studies at University, then through my Master’s Degree at the Federal University of Espirito Santo I developed more skills as an educator. 

As an immigrant in Ireland since early 2019, I know what challenges we face in our lives and what invokes sadness, stress, hope and happiness on the immigrant journey. I know what it’s like because I have been there too.

Since the outbreak of the Covid19 pandemic I have been studying the Irish Legal System full-time, and at the end of 2020 I developed the idea of Your Rights! based primarily on my experiences and my frustration at the lack of accurate and relevant legal information for my community in Ireland.

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Neil is an Irishman with a Philosophy Degree from Manchester Metropolitan University and did his Post-graduate studies in Sustainability in Kings College, London.

“I have been more or less nomadic for more than 23 years, I spent 7 years in Rwanda and the East African community working in the Renewable Energy and music and documentary film industries, for The World Bank, National Geographic Explorer and NHK Japan among others. I have lived the migrant experience in several EU countries, Asia, India, North America, Australia and New Zealand. I understand the complications of migration and the challenges of settling into a new environment, and I am glad that Ireland is a free, democratic and welcoming nation, considering that so many Irish have spread their wings far and wide throughout the last 200 years”.

About us

We don’t want you to be worrying about your visa or employment status, losing sleep rather than having sweet dreams, paying too much for application assistance, stressing about tomorrow, missing out on all the great experiences of living in peace in a new country, having to deal with bullies or having to endure abuse, you can contact us so that we can help you to live in peace and to enjoy your life in your adopted country. You do not need to worry anymore, because we absolutely love making life easier for others. Time is our most valuable asset…let’s not waste it with stress or fear! 

Our purpose is to facilitate independence and equality, and to create awareness and understanding for the migrant community regarding their rights in Ireland. To provide a voice for those who may feel overwhelmed, lost and vulnerable in a new society. 

Fox represents wisdom, the archetype encourages learning and to value the act of strategic thinking, to inform and to be informed. The fox, as a social creature, values co-operation and the passing on of information to assist and ease the pressure of day-to-day existence. 

The fox can be seen to represent the teacher. A source of wisdom and great insight, the archetype of the fox stimulates the recognition that sharing knowledge is a great way of understanding our world and achieving great things together. 

Quezia is a legal professional in a multi-connected world. She’s passionate about empowering people.

“I am a Lawyer in Brazil and Portugal with over 10 years’ experience. 

I fell in love with teaching when I was a professor’s assistant during my bachelor’s studies at University, then through my Master’s Degree at the Federal University of Espirito Santo I developed more skills as an educator. 

As an immigrant in Ireland since early 2019, I know what challenges we face in our lives and what invokes sadness, stress, hope and happiness on the immigrant journey. I know what it’s like because I have been there too.

Since the outbreak of the Covid19 pandemic I have been studying the Irish Legal System full-time, and at the end of 2020 I developed the idea of Your Rights! based primarily on my experiences and my frustration at the lack of accurate and relevant legal information for my community in Ireland.

Click on the image to access the video

Neil is an Irishman with a Philosophy Degree from Manchester Metropolitan University and did his Post-graduate studies in Sustainability in Kings College, London.

“I have been more or less nomadic for more than 23 years, I spent 7 years in Rwanda and the East African community working in the Renewable Energy and music and documentary film industries, for The World Bank, National Geographic Explorer and NHK Japan among others. I have lived the migrant experience in several EU countries, Asia, India, North America, Australia and New Zealand. I understand the complications of migration and the challenges of settling into a new environment, and I am glad that Ireland is a free, democratic and welcoming nation, considering that so many Irish have spread their wings far and wide throughout the last 200 years”.