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.

I still remember the first time I crossed a border. I was a teenager, but I have very fresh memories … Read more

Bridging Borders

Crossing borders with hope

As I write this, over 7,000 Honduran migrants including children have crossed the Guatemalan and Mexican … 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

On 15 September 2018, CJI’s partner in Syria, Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS), held a closing celebration for its Field Kitchen … Read more

CJI shares news from sister organizations on a high court decision in Guatemala against Tahoe Resource’s Escobal mine. See also … Read more

Canadian Jesuits International shares the concern of the UN Human Rights Office of the High Commissioner in Honduras over the … Read more

The following editorial from Criterio in Honduras (criterio.hn) concerns a death threat against journalist Sandra Marybel Sánchez, who works at … Read more

Human rights defender Ángel Estuardo Quevedo was killed in the municipality of Santa Rosa de Lima, Guatemala, on 12 July … 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

Only one month after expressing their concern regarding the post-election situation in Honduras, the Jesuit Provincials of English and French … Read more

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

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