Social Justice

A unique edition of Working Notes

June 10, 2024

 The latest edition of Working Notes, 'Voices of the North East Inner City', is a unique publication in the history of the Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice.

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Valuable lessons for the vulnerable

May 28, 2024

A report on behalf of The Peter McVerry Trust sheds light on the impact of COVID-19 on the homeless and drug using populations.

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Crescent students transform junk into couture

May 28, 2024

Crescent College Comprehensive SJ students entered the Junk Kouture competition for the first time and reached the national finals.

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Record sales of refugee craftwork

May 27, 2024

IJI has sold almost €1800 worth of Mikono craft work made by refugees after five days based in the Irish Jesuit Provincialate.

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ACRE busy saving the planet

May 15, 2024

The Acre community ecology project in Northern Ireland has deliverd a new six-week pilot course, 'My Planet, My Home'.

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Disability: Living into the Diversity of Christ’s Body

May 13, 2024

Author Brian Brock speaks with Pat Coyle about 'disability theology', the Christian community and how it responds to those with disabilities.

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Sons of Ignatius: Caring for body and soul

May 10, 2024

Jesuit novice, Sean McMahon talks about his recent experience in Uganda where he was ministering to refugees on this episode of Sons of Ignatius

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Hospitality not hostility

May 10, 2024

Eugene Quinn, of the Jesuit Refugee Service and Niall Leahy SJ have been speaking publicly about the current immigration crisis in Ireland.

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Critiquing euthanasia from a disability perspective

April 30, 2024

The Annual Lecture of the JCFJ was given by Brian Brock on the theme of 'Enabling death? Euthanasia from a disability perspective'.

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Exploring a just wage

April 9, 2024

The latest 'Working Notes' from the Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice explores the nature of a 'just wage' and how it might be implemented.

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