It was a very intense and very interesting week for the fifteen teachers of Fe y Alegría schools from Guatemala, Colombia and Ecuador who visited Madrid from January 13th until last Sunday along with their 8 Spanish classmates (from Madrid,
Education Delegates from Jesuit Provinces across Europe (JECSE) gathered for their annual meeting in the Old Abbey of Drongen, Belgium (Nov 28th – Dec 1st).
Franck Janin sj, as president of the JCEP, opened the meeting and expressed his sincere gratitude to
This year the Jesuit Conference Asia Pacific Education secretariat offered our educators in the region two brand new workshops. The first was an IPP workshop called LEARNING BY REFRACTION, held last September at Seven Fountains Retreat Centre, Chiang Mai, Thailand;
Did you know that Asia Pacific is home to around 40 percent of the world’s stateless people? A big part of that population comes from the nearly a million Rohingyas who have been displaced from Myanmar since the latest round
The Global Network of Jesuit Schools is celebrating the first anniversary of JESEDU-Rio2017! The first International Congress of Jesuit Education Delegates which took place in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil from the 16th to the 20th of October, 2017.
The Education Delegates are
On October 20-21 2018, join fellow Jesuit educated grads for Jesuit Friends and Alumni Sunday in the US.
The success of the last three Alumni Sunday Masses led us to expand the program to two dozen locations throughout the US East Coast, and
“What is the difference between our social centres and NGOs? What is Jesuit about our centres?” These are questions we often ask ourselves and rarely take seriously. Many social centres were started by individual Jesuits whose presence is taken as
By Prof. Clement Dsouza
Records show that one of the first Jesuit missions started in India with the arrival of Francis Xavier in the 16th Century and their work in the country has continued to spread throughout the years. Altogether, there
The Refugee & Migrant Education Network (formerly known as the “IIMRE Network”), an initiative working towards connecting universities all over the globe in order to cooperate, research and collaborate in the field of migrant and refugee education, has teamed up with
By Julia Murphy
During the last week of July, 42 students from 15 Catholic universities, including 14 Jesuit universities, gathered on the campus of John Carroll University in University Heights, Ohio for the annual Ignatian Justice Summit. This year’s Summit focused