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Canadian Jesuits International

is the international solidarity agency of the Jesuits of Canada that supports poor and marginalized people in Africa, Asia and Latin America in their struggle for a more just society through the work of Jesuits and other partners. We also carry out education and advocacy in Canada on international social justice and global solidarity.

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News and events

Provincial’s letter on the arrest of Fr Stan Swamy SJ in India

The Jesuit Provincial of Canada, Fr Erik Oland, has sent a letter expressing deep concern about the incarceration of Fr Stan Swamy SJ, an 83 year-old Jesuit in India, to the Honourable François-Philippe Champagne, Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs …

The Death of Joyce Echaquan: Anti-Indigenous Racism

Montreal. – After 400 years of living together can we not do better? Why do we know each other so poorly? On September 28, 37-year old Joyce Echaquan, mother of seven, member of Atikamekw First Nation of Manawan, died amidst dehumanizing racist insults in a hospital in Joliette, Quebec ...

Rights for People, Rules for Business! A Virtual Rally for Real Canadian Corporate Accountability

Hosted by the Canadian Network on Corporate Accountability

4 PM EDT

OCT 18

From the margins: The impact of COVID-19 in the Global South

The threat of COVID-19 is uppermost in everyone’s mind. Social distancing is now the norm, but as many people have already shown us, physical isolation does not have to be a barrier to show solidarity...

Featured projects

India - Jesu Ashram

Provides free medical treatment and care to destitute sick people, especially those living with leprosy, tuberculosis or HIV/AIDS.

Pan-Amazon Initiative

Raises awareness about ecological and social justice issues and promotes intercultural and bilingual education in the Amazon region.

South Sudan – Education Program

Provides meals and other essential items to 1300 children suffering from the effects of war and displacement in their country in a safe environment.

International programs

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 access to quality healthcare for all through partners who provide free medical care and facilitate health and medical training.

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 rights, tax justice, migration and Indigenous peoples’ rights.

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 through advocacy, workshops, skills training and community development.

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 their home, investing in education is essential. For humanitarian action CJI works with the Xavier Network to maximize the effectiveness of their collective effort.

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Through organizations like CJI, I can be part of the global mission of the Society of Jesus.
Sarah Greenwood

Sarah Greenwood

Regina, SK
When I was a teenager, my mother would collect money from women at the parish and send it to a Jesuit in India -- that was my inspiration. By supporting the work of CJI, I get to continue my mother's legacy and meet some of the Jesuits at their events. This has given me further inspiration and pleasure.

Anonymous

I support CJI and their partners because I trust them to use my donations wisely.

Jane Davidson

Bluewater, ON
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