On March 13th and 14th Honduran activists Consuelo Soto, environmental defender and leader of the indigenous tribe Tolupán, and Pedro Landa, researcher, human rights defender and member of ERIC-Radio Progreso, visited Madrid. This visit took place within the framework of
Jesuit Networking participates with a keynote address at the international meeting of Jesuit universities at the Ibero in Mexico City.
“Networks are not mere structures of coordination, but opportunities to channel a culture of collaboration and collective action that allows the
(Due to its extension, this article is divided into two parts. This is the first part. The second part is available here).
At the beginning of the year, it is important as Jesuit social organizations to look back on the
From May to August 2017, the Jesuit Networking initiative, led by Entreculturas, launched a survey to better understand the dynamics of collaboration when it comes to the Universal Mission of the Society of Jesus. The survey was answered by 2,710
It’s not the first time that Jesuit Networking has brought together the main international networks of the Society of Jesus. We did so in 2012 at Boston College after the inspiration received following the General Congregation 35, and we did