Presentation Ireland Ministries
Presentation Ireland was established by the Presentation Sisters to work for a more compassionate, just and sustainable world. Its main areas of work are: learning innovation, social inclusion, human rights, ecology and spirituality. It aims to work with people in innovative and inclusive ways and seek to develop new approaches to learning and to create awareness of human rights, sustainable living and the search for spirituality. Presentation Ireland is inspired by the people it works with, by their energy, creativity and enthusiasm. Working together, it helps people to have a say and to design responses to unmet needs in our society. Presentation Ireland tries to use the learning from our work to influence and change public policy to promote inclusion and fairness.

South West Province Justice
Sisters engage in justice issues at parish, diocesan, national and international level as well as working with other Congregations and like-minded groups who work for the betterment of society and for the good of the planet.
A Sister from the South West Province is a member of our interprovincial justice community called Nagle Community which is based in Portlaoise, Ireland. This community links with our Sisters locally in lobbying for environment and social justice. At local level Sisters are involved in working with and support of refugees, migrant workers, prisoners, ex-prisoners and their families and with other advocacy groups who support justice causes.
Justice initiatives are also the focus of ministry in the Slovakia Mission where another of our Sisters is based. The Sisters in Slovakia focus on the provision of services, educational, social, cultural and spiritual to the Roma people in socially deprived areas.

South West Province Ecology
In Ballygriffin in Co. Cork – birthplace of our foundress Nano Nagle, one of our Sisters is part of a Congregational Community living and working in Ballygriffin. The Sisters are engaged in organic farming with a specific focus on care of the environment as well as the promotion of spirituality and the sharing of Nano’s story with its many visitors.
On land belonging to Presentation Community, Lixnaw, Co. Kerry Sisters are involved in the conservation and regeneration of bogland. This project is ongoing and it is planned to initiate contact with local schools in North Kerry and with Tralee IT – a third-level college.