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
In May of 2016, the Society of Jesus’ Secretariat for Secondary education announced the Celebration of the First International Congress for Jesuit Education Delegates (JESEDU Rio2017) by its Secretary, Father José Alberto Mesa, SJ. This Congress, organized by the Latin
We share an extract of Fr. General Arturo Sosa, SJ speech during his first trip to India, the last February 18th 2017, more specifically in the Vidyajoti Theology School, inviting Jesuit education faculties to come up in an only body.
“The 36th General Congregation
On the occasion of the International Day Against the Use of Child Soldiers on 12 February 2017, two international networks, Entreculturas and the Jesuit Refugee Service, have joined Pope Francis’ monthly intention to pray and mobilise for the end of
Gathering and promoting an effective dissemination of the large set of documents that the atmosphere of the Society of Jesus’s networks is producing every day is not an easy task; this assignment is carried out by the Virtual Centre for
Collaboration in the Society of Jesus can be understood in different ways. Often we refer to collaboration with others, with companions, with collaborators or—in general—with those with whom we share responsibility in mission. But in other instances we speak of
What does this online community include?
Space for Global Collaboration
The intent of Educate Magis is to provide educators from over 2,000 Jesuit and Ignatian schools in the 6 regions of the world with an online platform where they can meet and
For several years, working with others – in alliances or networking – has become a mantra for social organizations. In a globalized world, it naturally seems impossible to undertake any project by ourselves if we pretend to have any impact.
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