GIAN - SA
The Society of Jesus has been, and still is, one of the most widespread grassroots organisations in the world in contact with low-income, disadvantaged and otherwise marginalised people. It also has one of the largest pools of knowledge and research facilities, and is in contact with many people in decision-making positions. The creation of the Ignatian Advocacy Network (IAN) is an attempt to solve the problem of disconnectedness between these three major assets of the Society. The Network hopes to use the Society's untapped capacity to influence public policy in favour of the common good and of those rendered weak and voiceless, in the conviction that "whatever you do to the least of them you do to me." (Mt 25, 40).Know more...
International Conference on
March 27 - 29, 2015 | Download Brochure
"Global Climate Change and Water Disasters"
- Organize the Core Groups of the five Thematic Networks
- Internal mapping of the Jesuit institutions working in these thematic issues
- Identify civil and Church possible collaborators
- Establish a planning for the future