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DR Congo - Support a Church of the Poor Fighting for the Poor
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Global - GIAN Migration Network Meets to Plan for Future
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Ireland - Responding to Injustice: An Ignatian Approach
(Feb-2018) 
 

Guyana - Jesuits meet on Caribbean Social Problems
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South Asia - Hindu hardliners attack Indian Christian Schools
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Asia Pacific - Living Laudato Si': A Spirituality for Action Workshop
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Canada USA - Conference Advocacy Office Prioritizes 5 Issues for Action
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Global - Second Conference on International Networking in the Society of Jesus
(Feb-2018) 
 

Venezuela - No and Yes of the Presidential Elections: A Reflection
(Feb-2018) 
 

Thailand - From Prison to Farm and a Fresh Start in Life
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Asia Pacific - Coordination Protocol for Disaster Risk Reduction and Management
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Global - Webcast series on Laudato Si
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Global - Migration Data Porta
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Canada-USA - Statement from the Jesuits' Office of Justice and Ecology on Honduras Election
(Jan-2018) 
 

Asia Pacific - Rerum Novarum Center's 'little' ambassador
(Jan-2018) 
 

Africa - Charles Chilufya (ZAM) the new Social delegate for Africa and Madagascar
(Jan-2018) 
 

India - Bagaicha Centre moves the court on tribal and dalit under-trial prisoners
(Jan-2018) 
 

Asia Pacific - Thirty years of serving at the frontiers of humanity
(Jan-2018) 
 

South Asia - The Xavier Network in Nepal: serving remote communities
(Jan-2018) 
 

Australia - Reconciliation with Creation survey results
(Jan-2018) 
 

Britain - New community for young Catholics in Wimbledon
(Jan-2018) 
 

Global - Justice in Mining joins the campaign #StopAdani
(Jan-2018) 
 

Europe - `I get you' A Report on Migrants
(Jan-2018) 
 

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) 
 

 

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Global - The Global Red Chair project: Collaboration for global citizenship

(Nov-2017)

If you have visited or work at a Jesuit school, you may have seen in the halls or classrooms a painted red chair and asked yourself, "what does this mean?" This red chair, or "silla roja", is part of an initiative that was launched over 5 years ago in Spain and has since become a global symbol for the right to education for schools that are connected to the Society of Jesus. The "La Silla Roja" campaign was started in 2012 by Entreculturas - Fe y Alegría Spain, an organization of the Society of Jesus, to defend the right to quality, inclusive education for the millions of children and youth around the world who are still unable to attend school. Read more...