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,
Xavier Network Meeting in Madrid: Emergency Response Coordination in the framework of the Society of Jesus
The Xavier Network coordination meeting, which occurs every six months, was held this past week in Madrid from September 27-29. With more than thirty participants in attendance, the meeting gathered thirteen Jesuit mission and development organizations from around Europe, Australia
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
Last May 2017, the new president of the Latin American Conference of Provincials made public some new changes in the structures of the Conference that we think are of interest to those of you following the evolution of the network
In partnership with the over 200 Jesuit colleges and universities globally, the Global Jesuit Case Series (GJCS) aims to produce and disseminate a series of business and social policy cases that embody the values of social justice, human dignity, moral
Fe y Alegria (FyA) was founded in 1955, in Venezuela, as a social movement to promote education for the poor and poverty relief. During the last 62 years, FyA has grown into a global network present in 21 countries (most
Joint steps towards the right to education awareness of the Latin American Conference and the Global Advocacy Network
Ensuring the right to a quality education is a prior issue for the education sector in the Conference of Jesuits Provincials in Latin America (CPAL) and in the common work agenda of the belonging networks. Due to some aspects such
An initiative from the Jesuit universities and faculties in Europe and the Near East.
Europe and its values – that’s a key theme in recent years. It’s also the theme of a new Jesuit program called “Higher Education for Social
This post was originally published in the Educate Magis blog as an experience of collaboration among Jesuit institutions from Ireland, Spain and Belgium. The project is reported by Marc Tillemans, Coordinator of international cooperation, Antwerp, Belgium.
“For 3 years, the primary and nursery schools
The Core Group of GIAN (Global Ignatian Advocacy Network) for the Right to Education comprised of representatives from different Conferences (CPAL, Europe, JESAM, South Asia, and Canada/USA) and international organisations (Fe y Alegría and JRS) working within the schools, universities