To read the Winter 2020 issue of the newsletter, please click on the article links below.
The newsletter, called Mission News, is published three times a year, in January, May and September. Each issue has a different theme that highlights a major aspect of our work in the Global South as well as our efforts in Canada to learn and act in solidarity.
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Lok Manch community awareness meeting on basic rights.
(Photo: Lok Manch)
By Jebamalai Stanislaus SJ
Access to quality education, health and other basic services continues to be a problem in both rural and urban areas in India. In spite of numerous legislative bills that have been passed by the government to address these issues, Dalits, Adivasis (Indigenous people), women and other people living in poverty continue to be denied their rights. … Continue reading → …
Supporting human dignity and social transformation
We are grateful to our supporters for helping our partners strengthen communities and build just relationships in the Global South. The links below list some of the over 40 projects you have supported, with one or two highlighted in each category. For a complete list of CJI projects, please click here.
Education and health are basic human rights that remain inaccessible to many people living in the Global South. CJI supports formal and informal education projects that include distance learning, workshops and practical training. CJI continues to promote and advocate for … Continue reading →
CJI stands in solidarity with our partners in the promotion of peace and the defence of human rights. Through advocacy, capacity building and the promotion of good governance, our partners address issues such as freedom of speech, access to basic … Continue reading →
Sustainable agriculture and a dependable source of income help communities break free from poverty, promote self-reliance and dignity and empower people to care for our common home. CJI supports a number of projects that promote sustainable agriculture and livelihood support … Continue reading →
There are about 71 million refugees and internally displaced people worldwide. CJI supports its partners who accompany, serve and advocate for forcibly displaced people through emergency relief and long-term development projects. Because refugees spend on average 17 years away from … Continue reading →
The education and advocacy programs of CJI seek to raise awareness of Canadians and encourage them to advocate for international social justice. Last year, CJI engaged in a number of important initiatives with outreach in schools and parishes, communication with … Continue reading →
From left to right: Victor Reyes (Communications Coordinator), Lena Balkaran (Donor Relations Coordinator), Aroni Anirban (Office Administrator), Jenny Cafiso (Director), Mercedes Arango Vasquez (International Programs Coordinator) and Pieter Niemeyer (Outreach Coordinator). ...
Last November 4-8, 2019, Jesuit organizations from all over the world came together in Rome to celebrate the Golden Jubilee of the Social Justice and Ecology Secretariat (SJES). The Secretariat serves as a coordinating body for the six Jesuit Conferences … Continue reading →
A memorial service was held at Rene Goupil House in Pickering on Sunday, January 19, 2020 at 2:30 pm. In memory of Fr Bourke, donations may be made to CJI, 70 Saint Mary Street, Toronto, ON, M5S 1J3 email@example.com | … Continue reading →
Last December 12, 2019, CJI held a benefit concert featuring Juno winner Steve Bell at Knox Presbyterian Church in Toronto. The night was full of heartwarming stories and songs as Steve shared his message of hope, faith and love through … Continue reading →
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