The Jesuit journal“Razón y Fe” has published an article entitled “Towards a Catholic Paradigm of International Relations (CPIR)” in the April 2017 issue. The article, written by Prof. Alberto Priego (Pontifical Comillas University) seeks, on the one hand, to receive
Last 21 to 25 June, Dominican Republic hosted the Joint Conference by FLACSI and the Network of Jesuit schools in North America – JSN, in the city of Santo Domingo.
In an effort to address common challenges for our schools from a continental perspective , this
The CLC World Executive Council in partnership with Comillas Pontifical University of Madrid, Spain, will be carrying out the International Formation Encounter (IFE) on Family 2017 under the theme: “See how they love one another.” A lay Ignatian look at Family. In
WUJA Congress 2017, a global conference of Jesuit alumni and friends is being held June 28 — July 2, 2017 at John Carroll University in University Heights, Ohio.
WUJA stands for the World Union of Jesuit Alumni and its conference brings together
From May 15th-21st, delegations from 9 Latin American countries and from different parts of Spain joined together in the Basque Country for the 4th meeting of the network, COMPARTE, under the slogan “Encounter, exchange and collaboration for the building of
The Panamazonian Network (REPAM), was created in 2014 as a response to the urgent need to take care of the harmonic life with nature and to raise awareness about the importance of the Amazon to humanity. The Network shares specialists, resources and information
The sustainability of a sharing economy and a collaborative society is the focus of the 23rd Annual World Forum of the International Association of Jesuit Business Schools (IAJBS), to be hosted by the Faculty of Economics, Social Sciences and Business
Fostering dialogue with Islam is one of the apostolic priorities of the Society of Jesus in the world, and particularly in Europe. Notwithstanding many different initiatives already taking place in the context of the Society of Jesus, particularly at an
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
Are you concerned about how our exploitation of resources impacts on the environment and local communities? Are you aware of mining activity in your region that is causing hardship to local people? Or failing to adequately protect human rights and