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Eritrea and Ethiopia reach peace deal

"People are really hopeful. The ordinary people always wanted this peace."


Irish agriculture know-how for Africa

If even a fraction of the learning of Irish agriculture reached Africa it would lift many millions of people out of extreme poverty, says Gorta–Self Help Africa


Bishops in Wales slam negative media reports on refugees

“Over the past few weeks and months we have witnessed an unprecedented polarisation of attitudes on immigration and refugees, culminating in a dramatic and repugnant rise in race hate crime since the referendum.”


Church-backed play about refugees shortlisted for two awards

Play documents journey of a man who fled persecution for his faith, and the journey of the British girl who interviewed him.


MEP Brian Hayes visiting Eritrean projects

“Over the past five years Ireland has committed over a million euro to projects in Eritrea. Over 20,000 Eritrean families have been directly helped.”


Biblical revelation urges us to welcome the stranger

We should not view migrants just from the standpoint of their status but "as people whose dignity is to be protected and are capable of contributing to progress": Pope.


Urgent need to stop more families becoming homeless

Bishops mark International Human Rights Day with a call to redouble efforts to prevent more deaths of homeless people on our streets.


Irish help Eritrea’s potato and dairy production

Early results for the dairy farmers involved show a doubling of the milk yield, while the potato trials look set to double potato crop harvests.

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