Fe y Alegria (FyA) was founded in 1955, in Venezuela, as a social movement to promote education for the poor and poverty relief. During the last 62 years, FyA has grown into a global network present in 21 countries (most
Joint steps towards the right to education awareness of the Latin American Conference and the Global Advocacy Network
Ensuring the right to a quality education is a prior issue for the education sector in the Conference of Jesuits Provincials in Latin America (CPAL) and in the common work agenda of the belonging networks. Due to some aspects such
An initiative from the Jesuit universities and faculties in Europe and the Near East.
Europe and its values – that’s a key theme in recent years. It’s also the theme of a new Jesuit program called “Higher Education for Social
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
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
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
The keyword of many of our conversations at the apostolic level is “networking” or “collaboration.” There are a number of places that list the networks of the Society of Jesus, but usually always from a partial perspective. We have not
The Justice in Mining Network (formerly GNMR Network) is a Global Ignatian Advocacy Network that aims to ensure that issues of equity and sustainability are addressed in mining activity throughout the world.
The Justice in Mining Network marked the Feast Day of St Ignatius on 31 July with the
JCAP Reconciliation with Creation team
Beginning with gratitude and reflecting on the letter of Father General Adolfo Nicolás in preparation for the 36th General Congregation, the Reconciling with Creation Reflection workshop recently held at the Culture and Ecology Center in Bendum,
Sometimes the most obvious journey is not always the easiest to accomplish. This is the case with collaboration through networking. Although we might be talking about similar institutions engaged in similar activities and all of them either Jesuit or Ignatian;