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…

Spanish network to face the refugee drama : “Hospitalidad”

There is no doubt the Society of Jesus around the world has historically been facing and supporting the big challenges globalization has brought about and the current drama of refugees and migrants has not gone unnoticed.
The Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) has

Author: 

Macarena Romero

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Migration

The International Jesuit Prison Network

Many Jesuit organisations and individuals around the world are working in prisons, or with former prisoners as they transition back into the community. Until recently, however, there was little collaboration or support between regions, and only ad hoc recording of

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Guest Author

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Collaboration

2015 Paris Climate Conference – COP 21, uneven success

Representatives of 195 nations attended for more than a week the Paris Climate Conference, another one of the important appointments of the international agenda this year. This last weekend at last was reached a landmark accord that will, for the

Author: 

Macarena Romero

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Ecology

Looking forward: “a candle is not lighted to place it under the table”

Throughout the third week of November Jesuits and laypeople gathered in Loyola, Spain coming from some of the most important global networks of the Social Apostolate of the Society of Jesus in the world, to reflect on the importance of

Author: 

Jorge Serrano

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Communication

Collaboration with the academia: GIAN representatives and the Pontifical University of Comillas gathering in Madrid

As a finishing touch to the “Networking for Justice” meeting that took place in Loyola from the 16 to the 20 of November and in which 60 people from different continents, Jesuits and laypeople and people from various sectors of

Author: 

Macarena Romero

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Collaboration

Final Document Release

The group of people gathered together in Loyola at "Networking for Justice" wanted to include the principal lessons learned over these past few days in a document that can serve as a testimony of what we have shared this week and to generate motivation among other groups and organizations that want to continue this reflection.

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Jesuit Networking

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Uncategorized

The Potential of Jesuit Networking

Have you ever thought what would happen if the works of the Society of Jesus could coordinate to create a global common project? Are you aware of the possibilities that concerted action offers to organizations like ours, present in many countries?

Author: 

Dani Villanueva

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The Project

Daily Recap: Global Networks evaluate their work over the past year

During these days, we have not only been evaluating, planning and working. The mutual trust and listening we have experienced while here in Loyola is the result of the belief that having a shared mission is an essential ingredient

Author: 

Jorge Serrano

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Uncategorized

Networking: The Logic of Collaboration, Exploring the New

In January of 2014, the Jesuit Network for Migrants in Latin America and the Caribbean (RJM-LAC) launched the first campaign of its kind under the shared theme, The Campaign for Hospitality.

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Guest Author

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Migration

Strengthening Network Coordination for an Effective Humanitarian Response

In the face of the coming World Humanitarian Summit to be celebrated next year in 2016 in Turkey, the entire humanitarian community is gathering to question the way we are currently responding to emergencies.

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Guest Author

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Collaboration

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