The findings released in June 2011 about the provision of care and support for elderly people in their own homes have highlighted incidents of neglect and bad practice. How can we as a society make a reality of Care in the Community?
Six years ago this month, Chile completed a reform of its criminal justice system that changed the way in which judicial administration was carried out.
Syrian Jesuit, Fadi Halliso examines the origins and development of the protest movements in Egypt and Tunisia, focusing particularly on the role played by social networking sites.
A report published this week by the Home Affairs Committee claims that the number of asylum seekers who have been granted leave to remain in the UK means that ‘in practice an amnesty has taken place’, although this has been denied by minis
Gerry O’Hanlon SJ analyses the crisis afflicting the Church in Ireland and identifies the frustrations felt by Irish Catholics who feel that their voices are not being heard.
Ahead of UK-wide referendum on the question of changing the voting system for parliamentary elections, Peter Scally SJ asked whether the Church’s teaching offers any guidance on the issue.
Theologian James Hanvey SJ offers a powerful critique of our current social and economic climate as he explores the meaning and potential of the Big Society from the perspective of Catholic Social Teaching.
David Cameron’s ‘Big Society’ agenda is still being questioned and causing confusion nearly a year after the 2010 General Election.
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