Many Jesuit institutions have international volunteer programs. Jesuit Networking is a way of thinking that links people and institutions from different countries and cultures. How can international volunteering help us find new paths? In this article, Fernando Vidal discusses 10
In this article, Fernando Vidal tells us something about the media skills we need for today’s world.
Our research has led us to propose the REGINA model, based on six 21st Century Skills for the digital world: Reflection, Entrepreneurship, Globalism, Innovation,
At the end of October, the International Volunteer Group of the Xavier Network met in Madrid, bringing together nearly 40 people who represent the different organizations that make up this network. These organizations include: Jessuiten Mission from Germany, Austria and
In the last 40 years, the Society of Jesus and our institutional world have been witnessing a progressive orientation toward stronger regional and global cooperation. This is not just a consequence of globalization and information technology but mainly an intrinsic evolution of our reflection
The Philippine Jesuits are joining forces with massive relief efforts to help victims of Typhoon Haiyan, the most powerful typhoon ever recorded in the Philippines. All the different Jesuit Mission Offices and NGO’s around the world have been coordinating their
In their meeting from 3 to 5 October, in the city of Drongen (Belgium) the Western European Jesuit Mission Offices and NGOs, working for development and international cooperation, joined the Xavier Network (Red Xavier) together with the Australian and English Canadian