T.H.O.M.A.S. (Those on the Margins of a Society)
EDGES Magazine

Issue 27 INDEX
November 2001

Editorial Comment Father J McCartney introduces Issue 27 of Edges
Successes Some of our successful clients
Just Out Of Prison Scott Mullin, just of of prison, is part of our prison mentoring project
Glasgow John Struggling On The Streets John Taylor from Glasgow recently moved to Blackburn where he has been living on the streets
Difficult to Cope & Struggling on Benefits 2 Clients who pass through our Drop-in Centre
THOMAS Group Visits Taize in France The THOMAS pilgrimage to Taize
Prison Hasn't Stopped Me Being A Criminal Chris, on a rehabilitation programme with us, shares his thoughts with us
Women at Risk - Where Can I Go Tonight? Dr Brenda Mosedale is from the Streatham Sreetlink Project
On Drugs From 14 Years Old Ben is in our drug treatment project
I Started Taking Drugs In The Army Paul came to our project for help six weeks ago
Drugs Have Harmed My Life Stephen Hine is in our drug treatment programme
An Addict's Pilgimage to Lourdes & Taize Paul Cullen has been with our community for over a year
I was just a Guy who made a few mistakes Simon Donelly, a former drug user, and now member of our staff, reflect with us in poetry
Northern Ireland's Drugs and Social problems An article by Father James McCartney
I was Kicked Out of My Flat LONDON - Mark has been homeless since February 9 when he was evicted from his flat
I've Tried To Get Help But It's Hard LONDON - I'm from Cork City have have been homeless since I was 14.
From The Children's Home To The Street LONDON - When I was sixteen I was kicked out of a childrens home in the Channel Islands
Street Children in Brazil The Novartis Foundation give an insight to the situation children face in one of the world's poorest nations
Childhoods Spent In Neglect An article by Elaine Kennedy of the THOMAS management team
Race Riots Will Not Damage Inter-Faith Relations Fwad Bhatti & Madhu Pandya of the Inter-faith Council of Blackburn report on their visit to Northern Ireland
Belfast, a city coming back to life Father McCartney meets the Youth Council of Northern Ireland
The Conflict Has Left Its Mark Father McCartney meets a few people who have lived through the troubles in Northern Ireland
What Does Punishment Mean For Children Dr Alan Prout is Director of the Economic and Social Research Council Children's Programme. We publish some of their findings.

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