Jesuit Networking

Jesuit Networking is an international initiative to support the emergence of collaborative bottom­-up innovation for the universal Mission within the wider Jesuit apostolic body. Read more…

Nüremberg welcomes Xavier Network

The crisis in Venezuela, international disaster relief and child protection in projects worldwide were on the agenda of the meeting in the first week of March. The Xavier Network consists of 13 Jesuit missions and Jesuit NGOs from Europe, Canada and Australia.

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Dani Villanueva

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Jesuit Mission

JAMIA: Discernment, collaboration and action

How do Muslims see us? The silence around the table that greeted the question was deep against the backdrop of firecrackers intermittently exploding outside. Fr Victor Edwin SJ, Director of Vidyajyoti Centre for Christian Muslim Relations in New Delhi, softly reiterated the question to emphasise the need for the research project that he and Fathers Heru Prakosa SJ, Counsellor for Dialogue with Islam at the Roman Curia, and Juan Carlos Pallardel SJ, one of the Coordinators for Dialogue of the Jesuit Conference of South Asia, had been initiating these past two years.

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Vanessa Gorra

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“Leadership by Conversation” ends on an Exhilarating Note in Sydney

This year the Jesuit Conference Asia Pacific Education secretariat offered our educators in the region two brand new workshops. The first was an IPP workshop called LEARNING BY REFRACTION, held last September at Seven Fountains Retreat Centre, Chiang Mai, Thailand;

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Network Cases

Building a narrative of decency

Did you know that Asia Pacific is home to around 40 percent of the world’s stateless people? A big part of that population comes from the nearly a million Rohingyas who have been displaced from Myanmar since the latest round

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Migration

“Dignity Has No Borders”: Jesuit Migration Network meets to foster US hospitality on a regional level

 
With the theme "Dignity has no borders,”  the 16th annual -Jesuit Migration Network of Central America and North America meeting, held in Mexico City from Oct. 9-11, gathered almost 100 Jesuit network partners from 12 countries who work on migration

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Erika Meyer

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The legacy of Fr Arrupe in today’s crisis of solidarity

The Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) was founded by Fr Pedro Arrupe SJ on 14 November 1980 in response to the plight of Vietnamese people seeking to escape their homeland by boat, and also to aid refugees fleeing Ethiopia, Somalia, Cambodia,

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Migration

Lok Manch: a collaboration initiative in India to struggle for civil rights

Assessing the social delivery system of the Jesuit Conference of South Asia (JCSA) and assisted by Jesuits in Social Action (JESA) and the Jesuit-managed Indian Social Institutes of Delhi and Bengaluru, launched a programme under the banner of LOK MANCH

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Collaboration

Ecology network advocates for fighting climate change at COP23

Between 6 to 17 November, over 30 Jesuits and partners will hold events during the UN COP23 climate change conference in Bonn, Germany.
Taing place whilst the UN talks are going on, the main Ecojesuit event will be a dialogue

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Pedro Walpole

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Ecology

Fourteen african representatives of the SJ collaborate on promoting reconciliation together

More than fourteen institutions of the Jesuit Africa social centres (JASCNET) and Ignatian family convened in Hekima Institute of Peace Studies and International Relations (HIPSIR), Nairobi, from the 10th to the 14th of September 2017 for a seminar to explore opportunities

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The Global Red Chair Project: Collaboration for Global Citizenship

If you have visited or work at a Jesuit school, you may have seen in the halls or classrooms a painted red chair and asked yourself, “what does this mean?” This red chair, or “silla roja”, is part of an

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Erika Meyer

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Collaboration

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