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
Individuals from the Jesuit network engaged in ministry, service, education, and research related to the situations of migrants and refugees in the U.S. and Canada gathered in Washington, D.C. in mid-May for a sub-region meeting of the Jesuit Migration Network
In the framework of the World Refugee Day 2018 (June 20th), organizations of the Social Sector of the Society of Jesus of the Province of Spain, united for the promotion of a culture of solidarity and inclusion for migrants and
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
(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