“Let no one rob you of your hope.” – Pope Francis.

At the end of 2020, 209 million people were … Read more

Speed matters in a pandemic. The COVID-19 vaccine production and distribution is a race against time. The longer COVID-19 lasts … Read more

The COVID-19 pandemic has revealed alarming human rights violations in India. Social distancing and the downward spiral of the economy … Read more

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

IDENTITY IN RESISTANCE

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

These are the … 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

“The original plan of God was for a loving relationship of respect, mutuality, and equality between men and women, and … Read more

“I raise up my voice—not so I can shout, but so that those without a voice can be heard…we cannot … Read more

LMA Youth plant trees

One in three Africans, 422 million people, live below the global poverty line. They represent more than 70 percent of … Read more

SASAC's floriculture program

The disciples of Jesus wanted to learn how He prayed and so asked Him, “Lord, teach us how to pray.” … Read more

Education and health are basic human rights that remain inaccessible to many people living in the Global South. CJI supports … Read more

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Human Rights

CJI stands in solidarity with our partners in the promotion of peace and the defence of human rights. Through advocacy, … Read more

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There are about 71 million refugees and internally displaced people worldwide. CJI supports its partners who accompany, serve and advocate … Read more

Sustainable agriculture and a dependable source of income help communities break free from poverty, promote self-reliance and dignity and empower … Read more

What is the link between Kasisi Agricultural Training Centre (KATC) and the Society of Jesus’s Universal Apostolic Preference (UAP) “caring … Read more

Tremendous efforts toward fostering the new Universal Apostolic Preferences (UAPs) of the Society of Jesus have been made by the … Read more

From its founding in 1971 by Br Robert Mittelholtz SJ, a Canadian missionary, Jesu Ashram has had one focus: caring … Read more

The promotion and practice of discernment have always been key apostolic principles of the Society of Jesus. In his first … Read more