JRS South Sudan emergency update

May 8, 2023

Noelle Fitzpatrick and her JRS team are providing psychosocial support and essential services for the influx of refugees into South Sudan.

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‘Breakfast for Aleppo’

April 20, 2023

Tony O'Riordan SJ spoke to Oireachtas staff and invited guests in Dáil Éireann, as part of a fundraiser securing almost €12,000 for victims of the recent earthquake in Syria and...

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‘Racism is the opposite of encounter’

March 21, 2023

The Irish Jesuit Refugee Service marks International Day against Racism and welcomes Bishops' statement challenging the rise of racism and xenophobia.

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Irish solidarity with Syrian earthquake victims

February 13, 2023

News of the support and donations from Ireland to Syria has been inspirational for the suffering people there, says Tony O'Riordan SJ.

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Earthquake appeal from Jesuit missions

February 8, 2023

Irish Jesuit Tony O'Riordan and the JRS in Syria are responding to the devastation caused by the earthquakes there and in Turkey.

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Pope’s straight-talking in South Sudan

February 7, 2023

Pope Francis' Ecumenical Peace Pilgrimage to South Sudan, was a special experience for Noelle Fitzpatrick and her team at the Jesuit Refugee Service. where Pope Francis' words made a powerful...

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Preparing to meet the Pope.

February 1, 2023

Noelle Fitzpatrick and the Jesuit Refugee Service in South Sudan are busy preparing for the imminent visit of Pope Francis to the country.

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JRS Ireland voices concern

January 18, 2023

JRS Ireland has been on national media calling for minimum standards in accommodation for persons seeking the protection of the Irish state to ensure their ‘basic needs’ are met.

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Jesuits and colleagues serve as witnesses in South Sudan

December 19, 2022

Irish woman Noelle Fitzpatrick reports on how the Jesuit Refugee Service is addressing the crises faced by the people of South Sudan.

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Change-Climate Project launched

November 23, 2022

JRS calls on Irish schools and students to continue to be ‘agents of change’ in responding to climate change and forced migration.

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