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Africa - JESAM Launches African Jesuit Child Protection and Safeguarding Network
(May-2018) 
 

Latin America - Jesuits of Latin America Collaborate to Address Humanitarian Crisis in Venezuela
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USA - Loyola University Chicago Climate Change Conference Focuses on Public Health Issues
(May-2018) 
 

Latin America - Jesuits Denounce Violence in Nicaragua
(May-2018) 
 

Asia Pacific - Chronicling the Struggles of Migrant Workers to Adapt
(May-2018) 
 

USA - Fr. Greg Boyle SJ Receives Robert M. Holstein Faith Doing Justice Award
(May-2018) 
 

Latin America - AUSJAL Environment and Sustainability Network strengthens its lines of action
(May-2018) 
 

Africa - Malawian Ecology in Daily Life
(Apr-2018) 
 

USA - Climate Change and Human Health: IES-LUC 5th Annual Climate Change Conference
(Apr-2018) 
 

Asia Pacific - Helping Marawi Evacuees Rebuild their Community
(Apr-2018) 
 

Latin America - Fe y Alegría Movement is Recognized by Government of Peru
(Apr-2018) 
 

Ireland - 'Laudato Tree' Project Launched in Áras
(Apr-2018) 
 

Portugal - IV Ignatian Social Assembly Reflects on Reconciliation
(Apr-2018) 
 

Global - Global Mining Survey Shows Pollution a Concern in Areas where Jesuits Work
(Apr-2018) 
 

Madagascar - Two-day Workshop to Discern Universal Apostolic Preferences
(Apr-2018) 
 

Europe - Discerning Universal and European Preferences
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Africa - Joint Apostolic Initiative Between Europe and Africa Madagascar Conferences
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Britain - Organising for the Common Good
(Apr-2018) 
 

Asia Pacific - AJCU-AP Commits to Provide Home for Sustainability Concept
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Cameroon - Youth from Unemployed to Entrepreneurs
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Promotio Iustitiae 125 on Leadership and Governance
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Latin America - Meeting of Indigenous Peoples
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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...