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Mission response to the challenges and changes of 2021

4 January 2021

Pedro Walpole SJ Recently my work team and I went through a listening activity to see how we wanted to get the best out of the continuing lockdown – its stillness, distancing and uncertainties, lack of family – and deepen our own faith in finding ways forward in the coming year. We are living...
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15-year-old student leads petition to ban single-use plastic bags in New South Wales, Australia

15 October 2018

The Parliament of New South Wales, the only state in Australia that has yet to ban single-use plastic, is set to debate on the phase-out of single-use plastic bags on 25 October, thanks to a petition of a 15-year-old schoolgirl. Sophia Skarparis, a Year 10 student of Monte Saint Angelo Mercy College in North...
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Strengthening cultural integrity through culture-based education

15 February 2015

    Paula Sendín The so-called civilized world was built on the principle that development is linked to education which eventually will help in developing a community or even a nation. Thus, economic and social development can be achieved through intellectual formation, especially in the form of formal education that, at least in principle,...
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Education for justice and social responsibility: The challenge in teaching today’s generation

15 July 2014

Benny Hari Juliawan, SJ Asia Pacific is a region marked by diversity. With around 1.9 billion population, it is home to divergent historical backgrounds, political systems, cultural heritage, and levels of prosperity. Given its diversity, multilateralism took some time to gain currency: Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) 1967, Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) 1989,...
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