With the poor and marginalized, with an educational approach, encouraging the person welcomed to regain dignity, autonomy and responsibility, and individuals and communities to redesign, at the political, economic and legislative level included.
Jesuit Social Network
Founded in 2004, it brings together 39 entities engaged in the social field: associations, groups, cooperatives, training centers, study and research centers. The interaction of these different areas – culture, research and field work – enables a vitality and richness that inspire new approaches and solutions in complex and frontier contexts.
After twenty years, the Jesuits of the Arrupe Institute have resumed socio-political education: the experience launched by Fr. Sorge in 1986, which over the years has become a model followed… Read more