(Due to its extension, this article is divided into two parts. This is the first part. The second part will be published shortly).
At the beginning of the year, it is important as Jesuit social organizations to look back on
Last September, Seville served as the venue of the twenty-ninth annual conference of the European Association for International Education (EAIE), the second largest meeting on higher education worldwide, just behind the North American conference (NAFSA). With more than 6,000 attendees
The International Congress for Jesuit Education Delegates (JESEDU-RIO2017) with the motto “United in a global network: A fire that kindles other fires” is just a few days away. Organizers and participants are looking forward with “enthusiasm and consolation” to this
In partnership with the over 200 Jesuit colleges and universities globally, the Global Jesuit Case Series aims to produce and disseminate a series of business and social policy cases that embody the values of social justice, human dignity, moral leadership,
In the context of AUSJAL Day, academics raised some of the challenges facing universities regarding social issues, among which are the need for a greater link with civil society organizations.
In 1985, the presidents of Jesuit Latin American universities decided to
The international event will take place in Seville, where the Loyola Andalucia University will be the host for its sister universities.
From September 12 to 15 , the FIBES conference center in Seville, Spain will host a meeting for Europe’s most important
Educate Magis has recently released an updated version of the Jesuit Schools Global Map. The 2017 information has been gathered meticulously by the Educate Magis Team, the ICAJE members and the Jesuit and lay volunteers from schools around the world.
Jesuitas Educació Foundation, an educational initiative based on pedagogical innovation, and the Faculty of Psychology, Educational Sciences and Sports Blanquerna-Ramon Llull University in Barcelona, Spain organized from July 4th to the 8th the first “International Symposium Education and Change”.