Community Assemby in Chiapas, Mexico

From November until early December, Canadian Jesuits International (CJI) is raising awareness and funds for its Giving Tuesday campaign called … Read more

The Jesuits of Canada have issued a public statement in relation to a close partner of Canadian Jesuits International in … Read more

Pan-African youth leadership development

Africa is by far the world’s youngest continent, with a median age of only 18. Such … Read more

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It is often reported that globally there is notable progress in human development, especially when considering the changes in China … Read more

Pope Francis’s appeal “not to create walls but to build bridges” is at the heart of Canadian Jesuits International’s 2018 … Read more

Lok Manch (People’s Forum) is an inclusive, secular, human-rights-driven agency that supports various social movements of marginalized people in India. … Read more

The Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) has been responding to the emergency crisis in Syria since 2011, witnessing firsthand the extent … Read more

African young people today face many different challenges and circumstances. These engender both hope and hopelessness among them, depending on … Read more

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The rural youth of the Amazon region desire to remain in their communities but they are aware that they must … Read more

From June 30 to July 7, 2018, Canadian Jesuits International (CJI) led a group of 10 people from across Canada … Read more

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Champion of Justice

Padre Melo (Fr Ismael Moreno SJ) of Honduras has been recognized with the Champion of Justice award by the US … Read more

Canadian Jesuits International is providing the dispatches below to keep friends and supporters up-to-date on developments in South Sudan, particularly … Read more

Gandhi Ashram in India was founded in 1992 by Fr Edward McGuire, a Canadian Jesuit. He was asked by his … Read more

Canadian Jesuits International staff greatly appreciated meeting Fr Arturo Sosa SJ before a Mass at Regis College in Toronto on … Read more

Human rights are cultural concepts, evolving continually in response to socio-cultural and political changes. Since 1948, when the UN General … Read more

Protecting the rights of indigenous communities in Mexico has required great effort and multiple claims by individuals and groups who … Read more

The dire situation in Syria continues to dominate the news. Of particular concern are the attacks on people in some … Read more

Ombudsperson success!

As a member of the Canadian Network on Corporate Accountability (CNCA), Canadian Jesuits International has been actively involved in a … Read more

X-rays give us an inside picture of something, but they must be read or interpreted to obtain a real understanding … Read more

The Jesuit Provincials of English and French Canada, Fathers Peter Bisson and Erik Oland, have sent a letter expressing deep … Read more

This is the fifth and final article in a blog series on the igNation website in November 2017. The series … Read more

This is the fourth article in a blog series appearing on the igNation website in November 2017. The series aims … Read more

This is the third article in a blog series appearing on the igNation website in November 2017. The series aims … Read more

This article is the second in a blog series appearing on the igNation website in November 2017. The series aims … Read more

This article is the first in a blog series appearing on the igNation website in November 2017. The series aims … Read more

As the saying goes, when two elephants fight, it’s the grass that suffers. It isn’t an accident of nature or … Read more

Early this year, major newspapers and TV stations in India proclaimed with pride that India had replaced the United Kingdom … Read more

Comparte: On the politics of food sovereignty

The Comparte (“Share”) program of the Jesuit Conference of Latin American Provinces (CPAL) … Read more

South Sudan: Education amid conflict and famine

Canadian Jesuits International is participating in an interfaith campaign called PRAY-GIVE-SPEAK OUT to … Read more

Keys, socks, sons and brothers… these are the things that disappear.

There goes St. Anthony on his hands and knees … Read more

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Out of the immensity of violence, death, exclusion and fear emerge signs of peace and civic engagement. The signs are … Read more

Famous Jamaican musician Bob Marley wrote the song “No woman, no cry.” This song took on new meaning for me … Read more

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For 50 long years, insurgent groups have embroiled Colombia in conflict. During the most intense period from 1990 to 2004—when, … Read more

The Comparte (“Share”) program of the Jesuit Conference of Latin American Provinces (CPAL) is a community of learning and action … Read more

The importance of education cannot be overstated, and most people would agree that education is a fundamental right and a … Read more

I started working with Jesuit Service Cambodia (JSC) in August 1999; it’s been 17 years already! I began as an … Read more

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Let me start by introducing myself. My name is Paul Desmarais and I am a Canadian Jesuit Brother. I grew … Read more

My name is Teddy, and I’ve been working for JRS in Kenya since February 2009. I am married, with three … Read more

The Jesuits in English Canada have a long history of engagement on corporate accountability, especially ecumenically through the Task Force … Read more

A Thanksgiving Day prayer, mindful of our Syrian sisters and brothers

God, whose gifts are countless and whose goodness is … Read more

The strength and the modesty of Fr Melo are both indisputable. A question I have often pondered is how can … Read more

How hopeful and soothing Father Melo’s presence has been for my soul! It comes from his clarity of vision, his … Read more

There are two schools in Jhapa District: St Xavier’s School, Deonia, an English medium school, for the children of local … Read more

What would social and economic development in Zambia be like if women did not contribute to it? And how much … Read more

Fr Daniel Syauswa SJ teaches at a Jesuit agricultural and veterinary college in Kinshasa called the Institut Supérieur Agro-Vétérinaire (ISAV), … Read more

Canadian Jesuits International (CJI), an apostolate of the Jesuits in English Canada, joined the Canadian Network on Corporate Accountability (CNCA) … Read more