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Honduras - A Sign-on in defence of truth and democracy
(Dec-2017) 
 

Global - Pope Francis' converses with the Jesuits in Myanmar and Bangladesh
(Dec-2017) 
 

Latin America - A gathering on Integral Ecology in Quito
(Dec-2017) 
 

South Sudan - A Jesuit School in a war-torn country
(Dec-2017) 
 

Canada-US - Caring for our Common home and the most vulnerable
(Dec-2017) 
 

Global - World Inequality Report 2018
(Dec-2017) 
 

USA - Young activists put faith in action for justice
(Dec-2017) 
 

Spain - "Jesuiten Etxea" in Durango celebrates 10 years of welcoming migrants
(Dec-2017) 
 

Europe - Xavier Network launches its website
(Dec-2017) 
 

Global - A statement from Ecojesuit in Bonn COP23
(Dec-2017) 
 

Global - "Healing Earth" wins honours from the Vatican
(Dec-2017) 
 

Asia Pacific - How are you, my love?
(Dec-2017) 
 

Global - Ecology Network advocates for fighting climate change at COP23
(Nov-2017) 
 

US - Canada - An Ecological Examen: Reconciling God, Creation, and Humanity
(Nov-2017) 
 

Latin America - Atlas of Conflicts in the Amazon: Story of abuse, suffering and death
(Nov-2017) 
 

Africa - Fourteen African Jesuit institutions and collaborators join to promote reconciliation
(Nov-2017) 
 

South Asia - Jesuit social activists explore ways to foster harmony
(Nov-2017) 
 

Asia Pacific - Migrant workers come back to their "mother's home"
(Nov-2017) 
 

Latin America - Human Rights and integral ecology network consolidate their action
(Nov-2017) 
 

Global - Catholic institutions announce largest-ever joint divestment from fossil fuels
(Nov-2017) 
 

Global - The Global Red Chair project: Collaboration for global citizenship
(Nov-2017) 
 

Global - Pope Francis announces November 19 as the World Day of the Poor
(Nov-2017) 
 

USA - Kino Border Initiative earns WOLA Human Rights award
(Nov-2017) 
 

Global - First International Congress convenes Jesuit educators
(Nov-2017) 
 

USA - "Dignity Has No Borders": Jesuit Migration Network meeting looks at migration on a regional le
(Nov-2017) 
 

Europe - Social Apostolate Delegates meet to discern on GC36, ecology, spirituality and collaboratio
(Oct-2017) 
 

Global - Building partnerships in water and faith to achieve the SDGs
(Oct-2017) 
 

Asia Pacific - No more dancing houses
(Oct-2017) 
 

Latin America - Fund what is fair: Right to education campaign for Latin America and the Caribbean
(Oct-2017) 
 

Rome - Students of Massimo Institute make a video on climate change
(Oct-2017) 
 

Rome - International Congress on Child Dignity in the Digital world
(Oct-2017) 
 

Africa - The Ignatian Family in Africa trained in promotion of faith, justice and reconciliation
(Oct-2017) 
 

USA - Faith Leaders Call for Justice at St. Louis Interfaith Prayer Service
(Oct-2017) 
 

Latin America - First Regional Meeting of Indigenous Youth
(Oct-2017) 
 

Latin America - RJM-LAC and Campaign for Hospitality
(Oct-2017) 
 

Spain - Cooperation in a Changing World
(Oct-2017) 
 

 

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USA - Fordham gets Special NGO Association with United Nations

(May-2013)

Fordham University has been approved to work with the United Nations as a non-governmental organization (NGO) helping to raise public awareness about UN-sanctioned activities and global issues. This association brings a wealth of programming opportunities and special access for Fordham faculty and students, including attending weekly UNDPI-NGO briefings at the UN, providing students special access to NGOs associated with the UN that could result in internships and other UN-related experiences and access to NGO databases. Graduate School of Social Service (GSS) student Anjanae Wilson has already been a designated UN youth representative for the Belgium-based NGO, Close the Gap, whose mission is to provide information and communication technology to developing countries. "Working at the UN gives me a chance to learn international social development from the inside out," said Wilson, whose area of focus is global social work. "Before I started this relationship with Close the Gap, I didn't think of technology in terms of social work or social justice. But I see how important it is to empower individuals in these developing communities. Read more...