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Global - World Inequality Report 2018
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Global - "Healing Earth" wins honours from the Vatican
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Global - Ecology Network advocates for fighting climate change at COP23
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Latin America - Atlas of Conflicts in the Amazon: Story of abuse, suffering and death
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South Asia - Jesuit social activists explore ways to foster harmony
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Asia Pacific - Migrant workers come back to their "mother's home"
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Latin America - Human Rights and integral ecology network consolidate their action
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Global - Catholic institutions announce largest-ever joint divestment from fossil fuels
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Global - The Global Red Chair project: Collaboration for global citizenship
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Global - Pope Francis announces November 19 as the World Day of the Poor
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USA - Kino Border Initiative earns WOLA Human Rights award
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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
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Europe - Social Apostolate Delegates meet to discern on GC36, ecology, spirituality and collaboratio
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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
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Rome - International Congress on Child Dignity in the Digital world
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Africa - The Ignatian Family in Africa trained in promotion of faith, justice and reconciliation
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USA - Faith Leaders Call for Justice at St. Louis Interfaith Prayer Service
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Latin America - First Regional Meeting of Indigenous Youth
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Latin America - RJM-LAC and Campaign for Hospitality
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Canada - Canadian Jesuits and indigenous paddlers form bonds to 'last a lifetime'

(Sep-2017)

Erik Sorensen, a Jesuit scholastic who directed the 26-day-long pilgrimage paddling in canoes on the St. Lawrence River dedicated to the cause of reconciliation with First Nations people in Canada, said "You realize how powerless you are when you are out in nature like that, how attuned and attentive you have to be to nature to be in harmony with it." The group of about 50 paddlers completed the odyssey along a historic river-route travelled four centuries ago by explorers and Jesuit martyrs, including St. Jean de Brebeuf. They arrived Aug. 15 at a First Nations reserve near Montreal. Through shared struggles during their travels, a sense of camaraderie and understanding developed among the paddlers, said Kevin Kelly, a Jesuit scholastic and trip organizer. Being in a position of shared "vulnerability where you are struggling" helps people learn about each other and "understand how similar we are, even when we come from very different places," he said. Read more...