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Justice and ecology in GC 36

15 September 2016
Un estudio de marzo de 2015 de la Organización de Naciones Unidas para la Agricultura y la Alimentación informa que los agricultores de los países en desarrollo son los más afectados de los desastres naturales, en especial los efectos clima. Foto de: newsroom.unfccc.int

Patxi Álvarez de los Mozos, SJ It was during the General Congregation (GC) 32 in 1975, when the Society of Jesus in describing its mission, mentioned the word “justice.”  Since then, our mission can be identified under the expression of “the service of faith and the promotion of justice.” Justice has multiple meanings, both...
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From Rio ’92: Sustainable Development to Eco-solidarity

22 June 2012
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Leandro Sequeiros, SJ Twenty years ago, in 1992, amid the “pomp” of the celebrations of the Spanish “discovery” of America, I was fortunate to live in Brazil.  I arrived in Rio a month after the Rio Summit.  It was just memories.  But it caught my attention.  I was already going under an inner process...
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Caritas Internationalis: We’re all hungry for justice, equity, ecological sustainability and joint responsibility

19 June 2012
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Jose Ignacio Garcia This morning  Caritas Internationalis brought to Rio+20 a strong reflection about the possibilities of sustainable development through “solidarity economy,” the expression used by Benedict XVI as necessary openness to break the binary model of market-plus-State, “while economic forms based on solidarity, which find their natural home in civil society without being...
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