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 Neelam Chopra
It is a dream of every teacher to be associated with an institution like St. Xavier’s School.
It is so because as a Jesuit educator, our strong concern and effort is to aid the development of the whole person so
From September 28 to 30, 2018, the XLVII Congress of the International Federation of Fe y Alegría will take place in Madrid, Spain.
The objectives of the conference are to become aware of Fe y Alegría as a global movement, to advance in the global responses as a
It was a week during which the momentum of the global Jesuit education network was very much evident. For the education secretaries of the six Jesuit Conferences, the Secretary for Education and those working in the secretariat, the recent International
By Jennie Hicke
From July 29 through August 2, 2012, for the first time in the history of the Society of Jesus, with the encouragement of Father General, and under the guidance of the International Commission on the Apostolate of Jesuit
By Nekane Lauzirika
The University of Deusto was since July 9th the epicenter of Jesuit universities. Until July 12th, around 300 rectors and leaders of more than 200 universities, colleges and Jesuit institutions of higher education from all over the world
The most recently established school in the Jesuit Conference of Asia Pacific is entering into a partnership with the oldest Jesuit University in the United States.
The Xavier Learning Community (XLC), which is located in Thailand’s northern Chiang Rai Province to
ICJHE reviews the preparations for the World Encounter of Institutions of Higher Education of the Society of Jesus
The International Committee on Jesuit Higher Education (ICJHE) held its annual meeting from February 21st to 23rd at the General Jesuit Curia in Rome. The meeting was attended by those responsible for regional networks or conferences: Fr. Paul Béré SJ
(For its extension, this article is divided into two parts. This is the second part. The first part was recently published here).
As I mentioned in the first part of this article, poverty, inequality, the refugee crisis and climate change
(Due to its extension, this article is divided into two parts. This is the first part. The second part is available here).
At the beginning of the year, it is important as Jesuit social organizations to look back on the