IDENTITY IN RESISTANCE

“We must find new ways to fight racism against our community and within ourselves.”

These are the … Read more

Uitota Family in the Amazon

A Uitota family gathers yuca in the Amazon region near Leticia, Colombia (Photo: Sergi Camara/Entreculturas)

The Amazon, part of our … Read more

2020 Easter Appeal

“Peace be with you.” These were the first words Jesus said to the disciples after His Resurrection. They were hiding, … Read more

Lok Manch community awareness meeting on basic rights. (Photo: Lok Manch)

Access to quality education, health and other basic services … Read more

“We can have an ethical market that respects people and nature.” – Fr Arturo Estrada SJ

 

Fr Arturo Estrada … Read more

“Amazonia: Care for our common home”

Year: 2019 Production: Xavier Network Theme: Education and Livelihood Support

(Banner photo by Fe… Read more

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

Thank you to all participants, donors and volunteers who helped make CJI’s Giving Tuesday “Bridging Borders” campaign a success!

Numerous … Read more

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

2018 Christmas Appeal

The prophet Isaiah tells us that the coming Messiah will be known by his “justice and righteousness.” This is the … Read more

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

Join CJI’s Tell Ten campaign called BRIDGING BORDERS this fall in the lead-up to Giving Tuesday on November 27!

You … Read more

CJI hosted an event called “Transformation through community based healthcare in Mindanao, Philippines” on 19 August 2018 as part of … 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

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

Gandhi Ashram in India was founded in 1992 by Fr Edward McGuire, a Canadian Jesuit. He was asked by his … 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 spring and summer newsletter of Canadian Jesuits International is all about human rights. It is available in PDF format … Read more

2018 Easter Appeal

“Come to the waters!” This invitation to life by the prophet Isaiah is the theme of CJI’s Easter Appeal for … 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

Comparte: On the politics of food sovereignty

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

On 9 August 2017, the President of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB), the Most Rev. Douglas Crosby OMI, … Read more

On 30 May 2017, the Superior of the Dominican Province of Mexico, Fr Gonzalo Ituarte OP, shared his experiences in … Read more

Beyond the Headlines

Padre Melo (aka Fr Ismael Moreno Coto SJ) spoke powerfully and movingly about Honduras and the struggle for human rights … Read more