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Of this latter group, 18, people 1. The population was evenly split between females In , there were 17, births within the county, and the average age of a first time mother was Just over one fifth In , Fingal had the highest percentage of non-nationals in Dublin The immigrant population of Dublin is mainly from other European countries, however there are also substantial numbers of Indians , Brazilians , Americans and East Asians living in the county.
Immigrants from other European Union member states comprise The largest sources of foreign nationals in Dublin are the United Kingdom and Poland, although the growth of these two groups has slowed in recent years. The UK has historically been the largest single source of non-nationals living in Dublin. Following its accession to the EU , the Polish quickly became the fastest growing immigrant community in Dublin. Just Poles had applied for Irish work permits in By this number had grown to 93, Despite this, Poles still account for roughly one quarter of Dublin's EU foreign residents, and are the second largest non-national group in the county.
Despite being an EU member since , Ireland had restrictions on the number of Romanians who could emigrate to the country until The removal of the restrictions was followed by a significant increase in the number of Romanians living in Dublin. The five year period from to saw a County Dublin is home to around 58 percent of Ireland's Romanian community. Outside of Europe, Brazil and India are the largest and fastest growing sources of foreign residents in Dublin. The number of Brazilians living in Dublin increased by Dublin's Indian community grew by The influx of Indians is primarily driven by multinational tech companies such as Microsoft , Google and Facebook who have located their European headquarters within the county, in areas such as the Silicon Docks and Sandyford.
In August , the first dedicated Hindu temple in Ireland was built in Walkinstown. By ethnicity, in the population was Those who identified as White Irish constituted Caucasians who did not identify as ethnically Irish accounted for In terms of total numbers, Dublin has the largest non-white population Ireland, with an estimated , residents, accounting for 8. Nearly half In terms of percentage of population, Fingal has the highest percentage of both black 3. Additionally, The largest religious denomination by number of adherents as a percentage of Dublin's population in was the Roman Catholic Church, with Together, all denominations of Christianity accounted for According to the census, Dublin city is the least religious local authority in Ireland, with In the county as a whole, those unaffiliated with any religion represented Of the non-Christian religions, Islam is the largest in terms of number of adherents, with Muslims accounting for 2.
After Islam, the largest non-Christian religions by percentage of population in were Hinduism 0. While small in percentage terms, County Dublin contains over half of Ireland's Hindu Dublin and its hinterland has been a Christian diocese since For centuries, the Primacy of Ireland was disputed between Dublin, the social and political capital of Ireland, and Armagh , site of Saint Patrick 's main church, which was founded in AD. These two distinct titles were replicated in the Church of Ireland following the Reformation.
Records from the census show that the county was Following the War of Independence , Dublin's Protestant community went into a steady decline, falling to 8. Between the and census, the fastest growing religions in Dublin were Evangelicalism Data from all about the most popular sites - united states.
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Typical of this was the way that venereal disease was constructed as being spread by prostitutes rather than their largely male clients. Irish prostitutes were frequently the victims of violence against women. These provided shelter but in return expected menial labour and penitence. The changing nature of Irish society following the Act of Union saw a redefining of the status of women, with an idealisation of nuns at one extreme and a marginalisation of prostitutes at the other.
Yet it was estimated that there were 17, women working as prostitutes in Dublin alone, and a further 8 brothels in Cork. Dublin's sex trade was largely centred on the Monto district, reputedly the largest red light district in Europe. As in many other countries opposition to the Acts, provided a rallying cry for emerging women's movements. Anna Haslam in Dublin and Isabella Tod in Belfast, both of the Ladies National Association , organised opposition and a recognition not only of the plight of these women but also of the root causes.
Emerging nationalism tended to see prostitution and venereal disease as legacies of colonialism that could be resolved through independence.
This movement became linked to Catholic conservatism which demanded social purification of the pure Irish soul. Thus the s saw the decline of Monto , as the Legion of Mary founded and led by Frank Duff successfully crusaded to close down the brothels of Monto and bring religion to the area. Prostitution continued to exist in the form of individual women selling sexual services on the streets in cities, but it was a long time before organised prostitution was seen again.
The s and s witnessed a new era Church-State morality and censorship. The Magdalene Asylums became more punitive, imprisoning young women who transgressed conventional sexual morality, some for the duration of their lives, the last asylum closing only in The Criminal Law Amendment Act   prohibited contraception and required sex crimes cases to be tried in camera , preventing media coverage and contributing to the illusion of Irish purity.
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