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Webinar on the proposed Massive Online Open Course on sustainability and Ignatian values for Jesuit universities

30 November 2020

HEST-Cluster on Ecology and Environmental Challenges A webinar on the proposed Massive Online Open Course (MOOC) for Jesuit universities worldwide on sustainability and Ignatian values is scheduled on 17 December 2020 at 17:00-19:00 hrs (Central European Time)/8:00 -10:00 hrs (Pacific Standard Time). There are many courses on sustainability in many universities across the world....
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Creating more just and sustainable food systems

17 November 2020

The Jesuit Forum for Social Faith and Justice, the social and ecological justice centre of the Jesuits in Canada, is organizing a webinar on food sovereignty, Food Matters: Creating More Just and Sustainable Food Systems, on 3 December 2020, Thursday, 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm (EST). The global pandemic disrupted supply chains and helped realize our dependence...
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Agroecology for food system change: A dialogue series on land, life, and livelihood

29 October 2020
Agroecology for food system change: A dialogue series on land, life, and livelihood

Ecojesuit and the Initiative on Environmental Justice (EJ) and the Common Good of Santa Clara University (SCU) in California, USA, are organizing an online dialogue series on Agroecology for food system change to promote food and agricultural systems for the common good. The first session, to be held on 18 November at 6:30 pm PST (California...
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Indigenous youth voices contribute to global climate action

28 October 2020

During the Global Day of Climate Action, calls from young people, environmental groups, health workers, educational institutions, human rights groups, and other concerned sectors amplified the urgent need to listen to the voices of Indigenous Peoples in responding to the climate crisis. The recognition and protection of Indigenous Peoples’ rights were urgently shared in...
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Youth perspectives in reimagining development for a better world

24 September 2020

Don Bosco Green Alliance Ecojesuit, Don Bosco Green Alliance, and Living Laudato Si’ Philippines organized a virtual dialogue of young people from 15 different countries for the first session of the three-part dialogue series Reimagining Development: Youth Perspectives for a Better World. The first session held on 28 August brought together youth leaders with diverse backgrounds and...
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The Common Good Series: Conversations for a more connected world

19 September 2020

Ecojesuit launches The Common Good Series (TCGS), monthly interview episodes highlighting different actions happening in various institutions globally that are hoped to spark inspiration for ecological action and open opportunities for collaboration. TGCS features conversations with individuals leading initiatives on any of Ecojesuit’s six lead actions to highlight the interconnectedness of people across borders...
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Australian Province Reconciliation with Creation Committee celebrates Season of Creation 2020

18 August 2020

The Australian Province Reconciliation with Creation (RwC) Committee is celebrating Season of Creation that starts with the World Day of Prayer for Creation on 1 September and ends with the Feast of Saint Francis of Assisi on 4 October. And this year, with the crises that are shaking the world, there is an urgent need...
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Down-to-earth advice from Ignatius

3 August 2020

Ecojesuit shares this article from the Jesuits in Ireland on Ignatian wisdom during this global pandemic through a reflection by Fr Nikolaas Sintobin SJ expressed through a letter from heaven from Saint Ignatius with down-to-earth advice, if he was with us at this time. Dear people on earth, I see you’re having a hard time...
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Towards the Economy of Francesco: A dialogue with Filipino youth for a more just economy

15 July 2020

Raiza Javier and Brex Arevalo In an effort to redefine the existing economy into one that promotes dignity of all people and takes into account its impact on the environment, Living Laudato Si’ Philippines brought together youth leaders from different faith-based and economics organizations to discuss their perspectives and possible collective actions on the...
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Community-based research in environmental justice through Jesuit institutions

3 July 2020

Pedro Walpole SJ How do communities share their hopes and actions for change? Communities who are marginalized have a very different thought process to those actively engaging with change. Communities, when gathered, are often a disunity of people who happen to be living in a same geographical space. They do not necessarily operate collectively;...
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