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…

Educate Magis – global online community for Jesuit and Ignatian educators

What does this online community include?
Space for Global Collaboration
The intent of Educate Magis is to provide educators from over 2,000 Jesuit and Ignatian schools in the 6 regions of the world with an online platform where they can meet and

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Ciara Beuster

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Collaboration

Jesuit Ecology Network: GC36 and Laudato si’, reconciliation in the world

Father Arturo Sosa, elected last 14 October as the 31stsuperior general of the Society of Jesus during the 36thGeneral Congregation, is calling for a “reconciliation in the world” that means “we have to strive for reconciliation between human beings, reconciliation

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Pedro Walpole

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Ecology

International cooperation of three European Jesuit schools: sharing pedagogical models

This post was originally published in the Educate Magis blog as an experience of collaboration among Jesuit institutions from Ireland, Spain and Belgium. The project is reported by Marc Tillemans, Coordinator of international cooperation, Antwerp, Belgium.
"For 3 years, the primary and nursery schools

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Guest Author

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Network Cases

Working at Social Organizations Challenge: the Keys to Success

 
For several years, working with others – in alliances or networking – has become a mantra for social organizations. In a globalized world, it naturally seems impossible to undertake any project by ourselves if we pretend to have any impact.

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Valeria Méndez de Vigo

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Collaboration

Ignatian Teach-In 2016: an opportunity for youth collaboration on the Jesuit mission

Over 1,800 individuals are expected to gather at the 19th Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice from November 12-14 in Washington, D.C. A significant portion of attendees are young people, ages 16-22, representing Jesuit and other Catholic institutions from across the

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Jesuit Networking

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Jesuit Mission

The Congregation continues after the election…

For the first two weeks of October, the attention, not only of the Jesuits but also of many people, was centred on the election of the new Superior General of the Jesuits. Now that Father Arturo Sosa has been elected,

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Jesuit Networking

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Jesuit Mission

Strenghten GIAN Right to Education core group meet in Madrid

The Core Group of GIAN (Global Ignatian Advocacy Network) for the Right to Education comprised of representatives from different Conferences (CPAL, Europe, JESAM, South Asia, and Canada/USA) and international organisations (Fe y Alegría and JRS) working within the schools, universities

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Ana Vazquez Ponzone

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Network Cases

Father Arturo Sosa SJ, 31st General of the Society of Jesus

The 36th General Congregation has elected Father Arturo Sosa Abascal, of the Jesuit Province of Venezuela as Superior General.
Father Sosa was born in Caracas, Venezuela on 12 November 1948. Until his election, Father Sosa has been Delegate for Interprovincial Houses

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Jesuit Networking

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Jesuit Mission

Global Companionship – “education for all” campaign in Jesuit Schools Network

Friends of Fe y Alegría in the United States—a joint venture between the International Federation of Fe y Alegría (FIFyA) and MAGIS Americas that aims to create strategic alliances with U.S.-based institutions and Latino communities, as well as raise awareness

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Guest Author

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Network Cases

Ready for a Jesuit Network? Key Factors for Success

Fruit of learning acquired in previous experiences, we can affirm that that there are a series of factors which contribute to the successful development of international networking. This is not a recipe for success, but could help as a checklist

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Guest Author

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Collaboration

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