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Africa - Kenyan Jesuit Fr. Victor-Luke Odhiambo killed in South Sudan
(Nov-2018) 
 

Global - Justice in Mining Network Participates in the Global Forum in South Africa
(Nov-2018) 
 

USA/Central America - Jesuits Pledge Continued Solidarity with the People of Nicaragua
(Nov-2018) 
 

India/Europe - Film on Right to Food wins award in Spain
(Nov-2018) 
 

USA - Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice Reflects on 'Discipleship at the Crossroads'
(Nov-2018) 
 

Europe - Magis House opens in Paris
(Nov-2018) 
 

Central America - Jesuit Migration Network Statement Repudiates Trump's Action on Asylum
(Nov-2018) 
 

Africa - Formative and Naturalistic Initiative in Cameroon
(Nov-2018) 
 

Mexico -Papal Envoy says "Vulnerable migrants, a priority for the Church"
(Nov-2018) 
 

Europe - Inhumane detention of trafficking victims
(Nov-2018) 
 

Global - Bishops Sign Document Calling for Action against Climate Change
(Nov-2018) 
 

Promotio Iustitiae 126 on Fundamentalism: Role of Religions for Reconciliation
(Oct-2018) 
 

India - Jesuits alongside the poor to build a fair and respectful nation
(Oct-2018) 
 

Latin America - On behalf of Mother Earth and the community: "Buen Vivir" (Good Living) versus "deve
(Oct-2018) 
 

Europe - The Rediscovering the European Common Good workshop has begun
(Oct-2018) 
 

Global - A Journey of Justice and Reconciliation
(Oct-2018) 
 

Africa - Jesuits Forge New Partnership to Bring Values-Based Education to African Schools
(Oct-2018) 
 

Latin America - Padre Melo, distinguished with a "Champion of Justice" Award
(Oct-2018) 
 

Fe y Alegría International Federation meets in Madrid
(Oct-2018) 
 

Asia Pacific - Encountering hope and faith in the upshot of Japan's great earthquake
(Oct-2018) 
 

Africa - Child Protection Officers meet again in Nairobi to plan
(Oct-2018) 
 

USA - University of San Francisco Hosts "Living Laudato Si' through Climate Action"
(Oct-2018) 
 

India - We stand in solidarity with Stan Swamy and other HR activists
(Sep-2018) 
 

Asia Pacific - Cultivating the Jesuit identity of the social apostolate
(Sep-2018) 
 

Global - Ecojesuits to focus on 'Action for Water: Care and Defend'
(Sep-2018) 
 

Africa & Germany - Jesuits seek EU "Not to fight migrants, but migration root causes"
(Sep-2018) 
 

Colombia - Establishing a Water Institute in Javeriana University
(Sep-2018) 
 

Africa-Madagascar - Social Apostolate launches 5 year Strategic Plan
(Sep-2018) 
 

Canada, Dominical Republic & Haiti - Caribbean Solidarity Tour
(Sep-2018) 
 

Amazon - Jesuit Response to the cry of the Amazon
(Sep-2018) 
 

Ireland - Pope urges Jesuits to help with the healing process
(Sep-2018) 
 

Global - Jesuits debate how to transform the world together
(Sep-2018) 
 

USA-Canada - Jesuit Conference Office of Justice and Ecology Issues Statement on EPA Affordable Clean Energy Rule
(Sep-2018) 
 

South Korea - Migration, an issue that hits close to home
(Sep-2018) 
 

Europe - A gift for the homeless
(Sep-2018) 
 

USA - On the Third Anniversary of Laudato Si', Catholic Institutions Declare "We Are Still In" on th
(Jul-2018) 
 

 

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Latin America - Human Rights and integral ecology network consolidate their action

(Nov-2017)

Eight delegates from 6 countries came together in Bogota from Oct. 24-27 to articulate not only the mechanisms of human rights violations taking place in various countries but also the violations against integral ecology. The members highlighted the issues of displacement of people from the natural habitat and destruction of ecology due to mining. Pedro Landa from Honduras said, "The human rights defenders in Latin America are at high risk. Unfortunately, Honduras is categorised as the most dangerous country for the defense of the environment. In the last 10 years 123 defenders of the environment have been killed." During 2016, according to Global Witness, 200 environmental defenders were killed, of which 60% of them were in Latin American countries. Read more...