ELP Graduation Ceremony: 30 June
Join us at the Graduation Ceremony of our Spring 2022 cohort of the European Leadership Programme. The keynote speaker of the evening will be Bea Cantillon, Full Professor of Social Policy at the University of Antwerp, and member of the Herman Deleeck Centre for Social Policy.
📍 Press Club Brussels, Rue Froissart 95, 1000 Bruxelles
🖌️ More info and registration here.
The Faith & Politics Workshop in Venice: 14 – 21 August
These one-week-long workshop series in the historic city of Venice are based on Ignatian spirituality. Jesuits are to be found in every part of the world – always drawing from their Catholic heritage and seeking dialogue with others.
The workshop will help you to reflect on your own life in the company of others and in the spirit of community and trust. It is all about conversation. You will not be hearing long lectures. The opportunity of a deeply personal kind of learning takes place in this environment.
🖌️ More here.
📍 Jesuit International Students Hostel, Cannaregio 4885, Venice
Eco Summer Camp: 25 August – 1 September
We are fighting against the environmental degradation of our planet and now, more than ever, every one of us as individuals must assume our responsibility to make change happen.
This is what the Eco Summer Camp aims for: to make you experience how it feels to be part of a community, what it means to live in a collective world, in a world where we are not mere consumers living in our own small universe.
Apply to the European Leadership Programme (ELP) by 15 September
The ELP is a Brussels-based project where you can develop leadership skills through theoretical and practical methodologies by living together with other Fellows for five months. The Programme is divided into five core segments. Each of these holistic segments contribute to the formation of young leaders in the European Union offering them a strong spiritual base to become better leaders.
Workshop – European Democracy in a time of Confusion at La Pairelle
September 16 – 18
The group “Passion for Europe” together with the Jesuit European Social Centre (JESC) are proposing a session to discuss democracy and the digital age.
The debate will be led by experts, including members of the EU institutions and religious organisations, fostered by participants’ intervention. This session will serve as a space to discuss these major challenges with decision makers from the political, institutional, NGO and church spheres.
🖌️ More here.