Keith Adams

Justice and the Irish State

February 9, 2022

An essay on prison reform is "One of the most striking pieces of analysis ever offered in 'Working Notes."

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‘Bring back the eviction ban’

January 7, 2022

A staggering 359 children have been made homeless in the last three months alone. Peter McVerry SJ calls for reinstatement of eviction ban.

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 Reduce prison numbers, end punitive regime

November 24, 2020

The Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice has been responding to a European report critical of the handling of mentally ill prisoners in Irish prisons

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Deep ecological conversion needed in these crisis times

November 11, 2020

October's Working Notes sounds the alarm about accelerating ecological breakdown and other threats to healthy human existence brought into focus by the pandemic

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Concerns about Dóchas centre

September 25, 2020

The Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice have expressed alarm at reports of the environment for female prisoners in the Dóchas centre, Mountjoy

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Homelessness a ‘public health threat’ – McVerry

August 7, 2020

Peter McVerry SJ says a new public health crisis is looming following the surge in deaths recorded among the homeless community in July

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Covid-19: Call for prisoner release

March 13, 2020

Peter McVerry SJ, and the Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice have called for the full temporary release of prisoners because of the Covid19 pandemic

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Jesuit centre’s ‘independent and critical voice’

November 6, 2019

Ciara Murphy and Keith Adams, new staff members at JCFJ, highlight the centre's ability to act as an independent, critical voice on environmental and social policy

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Ireland after the Climate Action Plan: A laggard, a leader, or a middle-manager?

July 11, 2019

KEITH ADAMS (JCFJ) :: Disappointment after realising that the Government's Climate Action Plan promises more than it delivers.

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