The articles below are ones that Canadian Jesuits International has posted on various pages of the CJI website or published in its newsletter. They are gathered here for convenience of access and organized according to the date they were published or posted.

Tammy Adewumi, an incoming undergraduate student at York University, says she is eager to contribute her leadership skills as a … Read more

“As human beings we are being called to protect the poor, to protect nature, and to speak truth to power,”… Read more
Fr. Tony O’Riordan, SJ, (middle, in blue shirt), discusses the work of Jesuit Refugee Service in Syria, where he worked… Read more
Anitalia Pijachi, an Indigenous Uitota from southern Colombia, walks in the Amazon forest. Anitalia has made valuable contributions to the… Read more
Child workers dig for cobalt at an artisanal mine in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Photo: Fr Jacques Nzumbu,… Read more
Children and their families who have fled the conflict in Sudan  receive psycho-social support from the Jesuit Refugee Service in… Read more
A Jesuit Refugee Service project will address issues related to migration, including raising awareness of migration risks and protection, reconciliation… Read more
CJI supports a project in Chiapas, Mexico, that focuses on peacebuilding from an Indigenous perspective. Photo: CEDIAC

On the International … Read more

Workers learn about their legal rights in a gathering organized by the Human Life Research and Development Centre, a project… Read more
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CJI Youth for Others Advocacy Symposium participants visit Parliament Hill after learning about political advocacy. Photo: Tess Sison/CJI

Ottawa From … Read more

Comparte members learn more about organic, sustainable agroecology methods in Santa Maria Nieve, Peru. Photo: Comparte

On International Mother Earth … Read more

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A post-graduate law student in South Africa, Noluthando Honono has participated in the Bakhita Partnership of Education launched by the… Read more
One of the approved projects will strengthen the leadership of Indigenous peoples in Latin America. Photo: CPAL

The Board of … Read more

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A child who fled with his family from Sudan to Renk, South Sudan, receives physiotherapy from a Jesuit Refugee Service… Read more

The Xavier Network strongly supports the statement issued by the Society of Jesus on March 29th  condemning the on-going violence … Read more

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ERIC-Radio Progreso journalist Eleana Borjas delivers the day’s news in Tegucigalpa. Photo: ERIC-Radio Progreso

The support that organizations like Canadian … Read more

Fr Dr Toussaint Kafarhire Murhula SJ, Director of the  Arrupe Center for Research and Training, Lubumbashi, DRC, and Dr. Evelyn… Read more

Why girls’ education in the Global South is important to us all

Join us in one of our events in … Read more

Xavier Network members at the meeting in Dublin, Ireland. Photo: CJI

The member organizations of the Xavier Network met in … Read more

CJI supports Jesuit partners in Africa, Asia, and Latin America who are helping to advance women’s equality

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A Journey into Exile participants, each acting in character of the refugee identity assigned to them, discuss their options for… Read more
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