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…

Edujesuit launches “Right to Education, Right to Hope”

Every boy and girl, every adolescent and grown up have the right to education from the moment they are born. This right is never lost. Under no circumstances should this right be neglected, regardless of gender, age or country of

Author: 

Lucia Rodriguez

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Communication

Why should Europe welcome refugees?

For more than a year now in Europe we have been talking about the “refugee crisis.” But in fact there is not a refugee crisis as such, but in reality, a lack of leadership and political will in Europe to

Author: 

Valeria Méndez de Vigo

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Collaboration

Challenges of Networking for Justice: Insights from CPAL

The three biggest challenges I find when working in networks include: first, overcoming the idea that the mission “is mine”, because in the meantime, we are not accepting (or being formed in the perspective) that we are all co-workers in

Author: 

Roberto Jaramillo

Category: 

Jesuit Mission

Networking: Keys to Digital Collaboration

Networking is a phenomenon that has frequently been empowered through social networks and online relationships. Every network has its own characteristics, but no professional, or even personal field, can stay away from this new kind of interaction. However, not all

Author: 

Guest Author

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Collaboration

Jesuit institutions endorse a joint statement for the World Humanitarian Summit

The First World Humanitarian Summit will take place next 23th and 24th May in Istanbul, Turkey aiming to find innovative methods to approach humanitarian crises and reduce persons' vulnerability.  Together with organisations such as Christian Aid, Caritas International, the Islamic

Author: 

Macarena Romero

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Collaboration

“A crisis of solidarity. Solidarity in confronting the crisis.”

In these times of such deep and extended crisis, different sectors of the Society of Jesus in Spain have gathered together to share a series of reflections, questions and proposals. We believe they have a place in a plural society

Author: 

Ana Vazquez Ponzone

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Collaboration

Learning from Experiments in Networking in JCAP

The idea of networking was the centre of the 2013 annual social apostolate meeting in the Jesuit Conference of Asia Pacific (JCAP). The importance of networking was highlighted by one of the worst forest fires in Indonesia and the resultant

Author: 

Benny Juliawan

Category: 

Collaboration

Edujesuit, the Right to Education Network celebrates its first anniversary

During this week of April, the online communication tool of the Global Ignatian Advocacy Network (GIAN) of the Right to Education celebrates its first anniversary. Since its first steps, GIAN detected the need to raise awareness and make the reality

Author: 

Macarena Romero

Category: 

Communication

The role of NGOs in the coming years and the contribution of Jesuit organisations

The crisis of recent years in Spain has deeply affected the NGOs in development cooperation with drastic cuts in funding, the subsequent need to realign or discontinue our projects, the dismantling of our structures and even the disappearance of many

Author: 

Erika Meyer

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Collaboration

Collaboration for Sustainability on Jesuit Campuses

From March 17-19, 2016, Loyola University Chicago hosted its third annual Climate Change Conference, entitled “Global Climate Change: Economic Challenges and Solutions.” This gathering focused on new economics, policies and activism taking place around the world to address climate change.

Author: 

Erika Meyer

Category: 

Collaboration

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