COVID-19 has put us in a dilemma. We are faced with choices as individuals and as a society to move … Read more

Education is a human right and is of primary importance to the people of South Sudan. Africa’s youngest nation gained … Read more

In March 2020, a national lockdown was imposed in India in response to COVID-19. The lockdown left migrant labourers in … Read more

The political crisis in Venezuela has caused the forced displacement of more than 4 million people or up to 20% … Read more

Twenty years into the new millennium, we still face the challenge of creating a just and equal society and of … Read more

The first case of COVID-19 in Africa was recorded in Egypt in February. The spread of the virus was slow … Read more

Last June 25, CJI presented A cry from the Amazon: Indigenous communities threatened by COVID-19, a webinar with Fr Alfredo … Read more

CJI is responding to the needs of our partners and the communities they serve who have been hit hardest by … Read more

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JRS Colombia has been accompanying forcibly displaced people and local host communities in the municipality of Barrancabermeja for over 25 … Read more

South Sudan, Africa’s youngest nation, was “beaten, stripped and left half-dead” by the impact of over fifty years of violent … Read more

Food distribution to migrant workers in Gaunaha, Bihar, India.

India has been severely impacted by COVID-19. Marginalized communities are disproportionately affected and are suffering immensely. Canadian Jesuits International hosted … Read more

In the last three months or so, our focus, and rightly so, in Africa and the world over, has been … Read more

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