USA - Collaboration is the key idea at US-Canada Jesuit Migration Network meeting
Individuals from the Jesuit network engaged in ministry, service, education, and research related to the situations of migrants and refugees in the US and Canada gathered in Washington DC in mid-May for a sub-region meeting of the Jesuit Migration Network of Central and North America. Representing more than fifteen Jesuit and partner institutions, the group of staff and faculty met at Georgetown University Law School for a full day of sharing, networking, and brainstorming. The following day, a number of the participants met with US Senate and House offices on Capitol Hill to share perspectives from the network on concerns including root causes of migration, the separation of children from parents as families seek asylum at the US-Mexico border, and the situation of DACA recipients. Read more...