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Global - Meeting of social delegates and leaders of the global advocacy networks
(May-2019) 
 

50 Years of Justice and Reconciliation - Patxi Álvarez SJ
(May-2019) 
 

USA Midwest Province Social Commission considers the Social Justice Apostolate
(May-2019) 
 

Latin America - Arrupe Fundamental: Dossier to celebrate 50 years of the Social Justice and Ecology
(May-2019) 
 

Asia Pacific - Confronting the global issue of refugees and migrants
(May-2019) 
 

Amazonia - We all win
(May-2019) 
 

Africa - From "potentiality" to "reality" for the nutritional future in the DRC
(May-2019) 
 

Australia - Mission in hope: Our Province five-year Apostolic Plan
(May-2019) 
 

Canada- Four Ignatian and Ecological Resources to take Care of our Common
(May-2019) 
 

Global - Three Jesuits at the 4th UN General Assembly on the Environment
(May-2019) 
 

Global - Ignatian Solidarity Network shares insights into networking practices
(May-2019) 
 

India - South Asian Jesuits stress inter-cultural identity
(May-2019) 
 

Latin America - "Somos Encuentros" (We Are Encounters): Communication Campaign on forced migration i
(May-2019) 
 

Nepal - Tarumitra Exposure Program
(May-2019) 
 

Latin America - Prepares for the 50th Anniversary of the Social Apostolate
(Apr-2019) 
 

Africa - Tax Justice: More about human dignity and wellbeing than
(Apr-2019) 
 

Mozambique-Zimbabwe -JCAM President Statement on Cyclone Idai
(Apr-2019) 
 

SJES - Promoting a Consistent Culture of Protection
(Apr-2019) 
 

Philippines - AIR Community's commitment to the environment
(Apr-2019) 
 

Spain - Jesuits live in Communities of Hospitality with Migrants, Refugees and Ex-Prisoners
(Apr-2019) 
 

Xavier Network - Advocating for a More Just World
(Apr-2019) 
 

Global - JCAM at the Fourth United Nations General Assembly on the Environment
(Apr-2019) 
 

Global - Religions and SDGs
(Apr-2019) 
 

East Africa - Br. Vincent Soreng honoured by Pope Francis for the Care of our Common Home
(Apr-2019) 
 

USA - Pre-Synodal International Conference on Integral ecology at Georgetown
(Apr-2019) 
 

Vatican - Spiritual Retreat with South Sudan Leaders: Time to Choose Life
(Apr-2019) 
 

Philippines - Indigenous Youth Join the Global Movement to March for Climate
(Apr-2019) 
 

SJES Jubilee - 50 years of Blessings, Gratefully, Envision the Future
(Mar-2019) 
 

Latin America - CPAL's Message on Venezuelan Crisis
(Mar-2019) 
 

Global - Jesuit Networking Launches New Collaborative Platform
(Mar-2019) 
 

Belgium- "Act now for the climate... let's be coherent!", an article from Charles Delhez SJ
(Mar-2019) 
 

Africa - JASCNET Rebranded, It is now JENA
(Mar-2019) 
 

Europe - JESC starts European Leadership Program
(Mar-2019) 
 

Britain - Is Leadership too Important to be Left to Leaders?
(Mar-2019) 
 

Britain - A Zero Carbon Future for the Catholic Church?
(Mar-2019) 
 

Vatican - A Conference to study Role of Religions in SDGs
(Mar-2019) 
 

 

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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...