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November 26, 2021 / Latest News

Jesuit Global Network of Schools Released

On the 26 th November 2021, on the Feast Day of young St. John Berchmans (SJ) the Superior General of the Society of Jesus, Rev. Fr. Arturo SOSA SJ releases the Jesuit Global Network of Schools. He will preside over the Eucharist at the Tomb of the Saint at St. Ignatius Church in Rome. Fr. Jose Mesa SJ, the Secretary of Jesuit Education will concelebrate Mass with Fr. General.
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November 17, 2021 / Latest News

PAXLUMINA – November 2021 Issue

This issue of Pax Lumina focuses on the world of the differently-abled. When this topic was mentioned, there were some eye-brows raised, politically correct ones for sure. The world of the differently-abled, according to those eyebrows, conjures up an image of a different, separate world for some of us who are less fortunate than those “abled” inhabiting the rest of the society.
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November 16, 2021 / Latest News

COP26: Optimism, caution, and hope

The legacy of COP26 is yet to be determined but mainstream media has already made its success contingent on the outcome of the negotiations between governments of countries that emit the most greenhouse gases. If this was what COP26 was all about, I would agree wholeheartedly with Greta Thunberg’s assessment that the whole thing is “a failure and a greenwash PR campaign.” There are, after all, 25 other COPs to attest to this.
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November 11, 2021 / Latest News

An appeal to focus on eco-education in COP26

Jesuits in India appeal to policy makers to give focus to eco-education in COP26 to raise awareness and action on environmental concerns and encourage public participation to tackle climate change issues. The Jesuit Ecological Network in India has more than 30 years of engaging in initiatives such as awareness creation, eco-education, organic farming, renewable energy, afforestation, preservation of biodiversity and endangered plant and animal species and there is much work being done to prevent the destruction of the natural environment and protect Mother Earth, Our Common Home.
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November 10, 2021 / Latest News

DNC Times – October Issue

DNC TIMES for this Quarter, bears witness to the fact that Jesuits are not lone rangers in Lord’s vineyard. Rather they share their mission with lay collaborators.
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November 10, 2021 / Latest News

Linking Labour with Security: the MAIN Plan

Hundreds of migrant workers in the states of Delhi and Kerala have been linked to a special Government portal that will give them access to various government services across the country, thanks to an initiative by the Jesuit Conference of India, and more will follow.
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October 30, 2021 / Latest News

Jesuit Collective to Engage with COP26 at Glasgow

Hosted by the UK in partnership with Italy, the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) in Glasgow will bring state parties together to accelerate action towards the goals of the Paris Agreement and the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).
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October 28, 2021 / Latest News

MAIN awareness campaign on e-Shram Card

Migrant Assistance and Information Network (MAIN) has launched the awareness campaign on e-Shram Card among migrants and unorganised sector workers in the national capital, Delhi.
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October 27, 2021 / Latest News

Unorganised Sector Workers Step up Demand for Social Protection Floor

Raising the collective voice of unorganised sector workers and deliberating on the strategy to build a national movement for unorganised workers, the annual National Conference of the Working People’s Charter (WPC), was held at the Montfort Social Institute (MSI), Hyderabad, 23-24 October 2021.
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September 21, 2021 / Latest News

JIVAN – September 2021 Issue

JIVAN has dedicated the month of August 2021 to the great martyr of justice, Fr. Stanislaus Lourduswamy. Almost all the articles in this issue are centred on the person of Fr. Stan and his work.
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September 17, 2021 / Latest News

PAXLUMINA – September 2021 Issue

This issue of Pax Lumina asks some of the pressing questions for hope and peace from those who have thought deeply about these issues, observed the unfolding of violence around us and, most importantly, looked for hope and peace amidst this encircling darkness.
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September 17, 2021 / Latest News

DARJEELING JESUITS’ COVID-19 RESPONSE

Darjeeling Jesuits' entire focus in August was to extend free vaccination drive to the villages and tea gardens where people were unable to access vaccines to protect themselves from Covid-19.
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