A new leader for Justice in Mining

Guillermo Otano, from the Spanish NGO Alboan, has been appointed by Frank Janin SJ as the new chief of the Justice in Mining Jesuit Network. The network began many years […]

Is Europe working on a new collective memory?

Europe’s understanding of history is destined to change. This process is knocking at Europe’s door and promises to change completely the way we look at our past and, consequently, in […]

We, the climate change generation

A group of leaders in the School Climate Strike movement has written a letter to the world’s most polluting countries – the G 7 – and, in case you are […]

Africa, drought, and Europe

Charles Chilufya SJ, Social Delegate for Africa, tells about what is happening on the continent of Africa in relation to drought, the work of Jesuits and the threads that link […]

Marching matters

A day of marches around the world is being organised by Laudato Si’ Generation, the youth branch of the Global Catholic Climate Movement. This year has been an extraordinary one […]

The Common Good of the Seas

In Copenhagen on the weekend of 3-5 May, the European Justice and Peace Commission organised a conference on the oceans. You can read a report by Stefan Lund. This was […]

How we communicate the Jesuit mission

Thirty-eight people working in Communications for Jesuit organizations in Europe and beyond met in Madrid from May 14 to 17 for the JesWebCom Conference. I am one of them. My […]

Social Delegates meet in Rome

From 13 to 17 May, the Social Justice and Ecology Secretariat, headed by Fr. Xavier Jeyaraj, brought together the Delegates for the Social Apostolate of the six Jesuit Conferences and […]

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