BIRR has identified the problem of weak community structures as a major cause in the increase of the disadvantage of individuals and families living in areas like Western Sydney.

The prevalence of a sense of disenfranchisement in various community pockets and on social media has led to the formation of a sub-culture of disadvantage and marginalisation, which in turn has had a negative impact on the social integration of individuals in their communities.

BIRR is particularly concerned with the structural factors that lead to an identity crisis among younger individuals resulting from weak community infrastructure. When this identity struggle is underway, individuals search for answers about a sense of belonging and their place in the world, and, in the absence of a sustainable community scheme that offers an active and engaging attitude, their search often leaves them disenfranchised and vulnerable.

The guild seeks to overcome the factors that have negatively impacted on the lives and well-being of a considerable section of individuals in society.

The BIRR strategy serves as a vehicle to encourage and empower individuals in tackling disadvantage and to provide them with the teachings and the practical missionary training that drives their spiritual pious life and their charitable engagement.


 
 
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