In Latin America, peace is a priority issue, so today we highlight the work of the Province of Colombia by making available to all its fellow citizens a Toolkit for political and civic training towards peace, forgiveness and reconciliation, called
On April 11th and 12th, Jesuits from the Conference of Provincials of Latin America and the Caribbean (CPAL) held an extraordinary meeting in Panama City to discuss the Venezuelan situation and to formulate collaborative proposals with the mission of the
Peruvian Jesuit organizations, led by Entreculturas-Fe y Alegría and “la Caixa” Foundation, are promoting social innovation projects in Peru
Entreculturas-Fe y Alegría has initiated the coordination of the implementation of the Work 4 Progress program funded by “la Caixa” Foundation in the provinces of Quispicanchi (Cuzco) and Condorcanqui (Amazonas), in Peru. The initiative aims to improve both individual and family
The Loyola Centre of the Loyola Sanctuary has launched a Forgiveness and Reconciliation Project to accompany processes that help to heal the wounds and suffering generated by different types of violence and the violation of human rights in Spain.
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
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
After the first day of the 2nd International Jesuit Networking Conference, focused on the topics of network strategy and culture, the second day turned to the question of network governance and leadership.
The academic input for this session of the conference
“This is not a normal group.” That’s how Fr. Dani Villanueva, S.J., introduced the 2nd International Jesuit Networking Conference, speaking to around 35 Jesuits and colleagues gathered from around the world. He pointed out that the diversity of cultures and
Eight years ago the 35th General Congregation identified the challenges of globalization for the mission of the Society of Jesus and for its greater potential to be and act as a universal body. The Congregation emphasized the importance of networking