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…

Jesuits and Multinationals

Many researchers have dedicated their time to the study of religion as a transnational force in global politics, but not as many have delved into the role that structures play in this dynamic.  However, in recent years, there are a

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Dani Villanueva

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Collaboration

V Meeting of the Xavier Network International Volunteering Group

At the end of October, the International Volunteer Group of the Xavier Network met in Madrid, bringing together nearly 40 people who represent the different organizations that make up this network. These organizations include: Jessuiten Mission from Germany, Austria and

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A Transformative Networking Process on Sustainability Science and Values

In order to address many of today’s challenges related to ecology and sustainability, it is clear that we have to better understand our changing reality and what science has to tell us about planetary boundaries and where we are exceeding

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Erika Meyer

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Collaboration

Ignatian Family Teach-In 2014: Witnesses of Hope and Transformation

This past weekend at the Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice held in Washington DC, I went up to Padre Melo, one of the keynote speakers, to express my admiration for his work as a human rights activist and director of Radio

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Erika Meyer

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Collaboration

Bamboo Community: Fostering connections across cultures and faith traditions

Bamboo is a community that is open to all those who are interested in living in deep connection with others and with all of creation. Based on the notion of being “contemplatives in action”, the Bamboo community affirms life, charity

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GIAN: For the Right to Education

Part of the wider Global Ignatian Advocacy Network, the Core Group on the right to education gathered last week in Madrid to coordinate advocacy strategies in the framework of the international education commitments and the post-2015 sustainable development goal agenda.

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Fe y Alegría: 60 years Networking at the Frontiers

In the Jesuit world, it is hard to find someone who has never heard of Fe y Alegría. This is one of our networks that has achieved significant impact and in the official documents of the Society of Jesus, is always

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Dani Villanueva

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Collaboration

COMPARTE, networking for hope and opportunities

All over the world, poor and indigenous peoples have been resisting the globalized neo-liberal economy for decades, in search of a space for life and dignity. Many social centres of the Society of Jesus in Latin America, and other NGOs,

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Networks for a more just and sustainable planet

Some people may wonder why the Jesuits and our collaborators work through NGOs and other civil society organizations. The answer can be found in our belief that the future of our planet and of society in general depends on establishing and nurturing strong alliances

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Catholic Theological Ethics in the World Church

In May 2002 while teaching at the Gregorian University I invited 5 fellow Catholic ethicists from Roman universities for a dinner together.  It was sensational.   Each was from a different country, each was already teaching in Rome for more than

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