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Ireland - Jesuit Curia joins 'Flights for Forests' initiative
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USA - Jesuits Denounce Unjust Treatment of Asylum Seekers and Migrant Families
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Latin America - Mining and environmental justice: The struggle for water, health, and human security
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GLOBAL - Jesuits call for cessation of violence, call for Justice in Nicaragua
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AFRICA - A choking beast of prey - Mega Mines in Zambia
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GLOBAL - Divestment: Investing in Creation
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SOUTH AFRICA - Jesuit Institute facilitates "Care of the Common Home" Workshop
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CANADA - "Jesuits Need to be Companions with others in a Mission of Reconciliation and Justice"
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SPAIN - Jesuits Come Together for the Rights of Migrants and Refugees
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USA - Collaboration is the key idea at US-Canada Jesuit Migration Network meeting
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GLOBAL - The Face of God is a Multicultural Face: Fr Sosa's video interview
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MADAGASCAR - Reforestation and Care of Creation gives Future to a Nation
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EUROPE - Reconciliation at the borders
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Latin AMERICA - CPAL Launches Campaign to better Understand "Discernment"
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Rome - Conference Social Delegates and GIAN Leaders Meet to Discern and Plan
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Africa - Reshaping the Jesuit Africa Social Centres Network (JASCNET)
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Honduras - Carlos Mejía, a lay partner in a Jesuit institution killed

(Apr-2014)

Carlos Mejía Orellana worked in ERIC y RADIO PROGRESO, Jesuit organizations in Honduras devoted to denounce violation of human rights, to fight against impunity in the country and to accompany other advocators for human rights. Mejía was killed on the 11th of April at home in El Progreso, despite the protection measures that the Inter-American Commission for Human Rights have assigned to him from 2009, when the coup d'état took place. From then onwards, the situation of the team in ERIC and RADIO PROGRESO became very difficult with explicit threats to more than 15 people in the team. The Secretariat expresses our solidarity with family and friends and demands to the Honduran State a soon clarification of the circumstances of this killing. Watch the video that Jesuits have edited for the occasion.