Eoin Carroll

Fond farewell to Eoin

April 4, 2019

After thirteen years of service with the Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice, Eoin Carroll said his last goodbye on Friday 29 March

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Doing Ignatius today

January 30, 2019

Irish Jesuits and colleagues attended two days of reflection and 'spiritual conversation' by Martin Scroope, who oversees formation and leadership in the Australian Jesuit Province

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Prison stats are misleading, says Jesuit Centre

December 6, 2018

The Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice calls for investigation into why so many prisoners are sleeping on mattresses

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‘Snobbery and the housing crisis’

October 16, 2018

Eoin Carroll of the Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice argues for "a public housing building boom"

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Pope Francis and prisoner amnesty

August 21, 2018

Eoin Carroll of JCFJ sees the visit of Pope Francis to Ireland as an opportunity to give amnesty to prisoners while referring to action taken at the last papal visit...

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Jesuit centre says ‘chronic problems in prisons’

June 25, 2018

The Jesuit Centre for faith and justice responds to the launch of the Irish Prison Service’s Annual Report

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“Declare a housing emergency,” says McVerry

November 29, 2017

Peter McVerry SJ has called on the Taoiseach to declare a housing emergency. He says: "We are beyond crisis"

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JCFJ address Oireachtas Justice Committee

April 5, 2017

Irish prisoners are locked up for on average 17 hours a per day and their routine hasn't changed in 3o years, Eoin Carroll tells Justice Committee

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Community alternatives, not imprisonment

November 9, 2016

A newly published report from the CSO on prison and probation recidivism shows necessity for systemic change to reduce re-offending, says Jesuit Centre

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The Irish Prison Service’s unmet commitments

June 27, 2016

Chronic overcrowding still persists in our prisons and reform commitments have not been implemented, according to the Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice

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