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Guyana - Jesuit School says We Need to Learn from Indigenous to Care for Creation
(Jan-2019) 
 

USA - Nine Myths about Immigrants and the American Immigration System
(Jan-2019) 
 

Nepal - Jesuit Social Institute Quenches the Thirst of Indigenous Villages
(Jan-2019) 
 

Amazon Synod - New Paths for the Church and for an Integral Ecology
(Jan-2019) 
 

Amazon - Jesuits of the Amazonian Preference (BRA) defend indigenous and lay leadership
(Jan-2019) 
 

India - Udayani Makes an Adivasi Woman a Social Activist
(Jan-2019) 
 

Guatemala - The CA Province Expresses Concern over Rule of Law and Democracy
(Jan-2019) 
 

Asia Pacific - Engaging with Taiwan Aborigines and the Chinese Jesuit Mission
(Jan-2019) 
 

Kenya - Migration Flows from Ethiopia to Euorpe: A Conundrum for the EU?
(Jan-2019) 
 

Honduras - Amid threats threatens migrant caravan in Honduras
(Jan-2019) 
 

Global - SJES 50 Year Jubilee Logo
(Jan-2019) 
 

Global - Fr. General's video message on the 50th Year of SJES
(Dec-2018) 
 

South Africa - 'Denied Access' - A documentary on forced migration
(Dec-2018) 
 

Global - Thematic Social Forum on Mining Declaration and Action Agenda
(Dec-2018) 
 

Global - COP24's main output to set the Paris Agreement in action
(Dec-2018) 
 

Italy - A future based on solidarity
(Dec-2018) 
 

Latin America - Conversations on the Good Life
(Dec-2018) 
 

Global - Youth Synod 2018: the Jesuit challenge
(Dec-2018) 
 

Ecuador - Ecuador's Fe y Alegría recreates its mission in defense of the environment
(Dec-2018) 
 

Nepal - Fe y Alegría International Federation at the World Assembly for Education
(Dec-2018) 
 

Colombia - Various religions unite for the Amazon
(Dec-2018) 
 

Colombia - RJM-LAC reaffirms its commitment to share the journey
(Dec-2018) 
 

Spain - A Unique Ecological Project
(Dec-2018) 
 

Global - Global Compact for Migration
(Dec-2018) 
 

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) 
 

 

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Amazon - Jesuit Response to the cry of the Amazon

(Sep-2018)

In 2014, CPAL established Servicio Jesuita a la Pan Amazonía (SJPAM) as a response to "defend and promote life and a sustainable environment in Pan-Amazonia in solidarity with the poorest, the most excluded and in particular with the Indigenous Peoples." There are 62 Jesuits working across this vast geography. SJPAM intends to pursue a global approach to the Pan-Amazon concerns in cooperation with Church and civil society actors. SJPAM has a presence in three Amazonian borders: Leticia in Amazonas, Colombia (Peru, Colombia, Brazil); Assis in São Paulo, Brazil (Bolivia, Peru, Brazil); and Bonfim (Roraima, Brazil)-Lethem (Upper Takutu-Upper Essuquibo Region, Guyana) (Brazil, Guyana) and has three work areas: awareness, education, and training; reflection, research and advocacy; and service to the Church and inculturation of Spirituality. Read more...

In 2014, CPAL established Servicio Jesuita a la Pan Amazonía (SJPAM) as a response to "defend and promote life and a sustainable environment in Pan-Amazonia in solidarity with the poorest, the most excluded and in particular with the Indigenous Peoples." There are 62 Jesuits working across this vast geography. SJPAM intends to pursue a global approach to the Pan-Amazon concerns in cooperation with Church and civil society actors. SJPAM has a presence in three Amazonian borders: Leticia in Amazonas, Colombia (Peru, Colombia, Brazil); Assis in São Paulo, Brazil (Bolivia, Peru, Brazil); and Bonfim (Roraima, Brazil)-Lethem (Upper Takutu-Upper Essuquibo Region, Guyana) (Brazil, Guyana) and has three work areas: awareness, education, and training; reflection, research and advocacy; and service to the Church and inculturation of Spirituality. Read more...