Spirasi

Posted on 19 Oct 2021 Last updated on 21 Oct 2021

Spirasi (Spiritan Asylum Services Initiative) is the national centre for the rehabilitation of victims of torture in Ireland.

Member Q&A

What is your goal?

Supporting Victims of Torture to rebuild their lives in Ireland. Through our models of care, training programmes and alliances, Spirasi leads in rehabilitating Asylum Seekers and Refugees who are victims of torture 

How have you been working towards it?

21 Years 

How has being a member of The Wheel helped?

Offered advice, support and training: Donating money at www.spirasi.ie and sharing our social media pages! 

How can people support you?

Donating money at www.spirasi.ie and sharing our social media pages! 

Do you have any success stories to share?

Spirasi (Spiritan Asylum Services initiative) was set up in 1999 by the Spiritans in response to the rapidly evolving migration and asylum situation in Ireland. In its 20-year history, Spirasi has now offered rehabilitation services to over 5,000 victims of torture. It continues to offer English Language classes and has seen over 2,000 students pass through its doors since 1999. 

Where can people find you on social media?

www.spirasi.ie 

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