Entries by Pedro Walpole, S.J.

Jesuit Higher Education: Collaborations in Latin America

The following are reflections from a session entitled “Collaborations in Latin America” which was presented by colleges and universities that are part of Association of Latin American Jesuit Universities (AUSJAL). The session was presented Dr. Fernando Fernandez Font, S.J., of Iberioamerican University in Puebla, Mexico

Pedro Walpole, S.J.

Pedro Walpole, S.J., is the Director of Research at the Institute of Environmental Science for Social Change in the Philippines and the Coordinator of Reconciliation with Creation for the Jesuit Conference Asia Pacific. He holds a doctorate in land use change from King’s College in London. He is a practitioner in sustainable environment and community land -management in Southeast Asia.

His interests include seeking social justice through environmental management, poverty reduction in forest lands, partnerships for local development, and advancing social concerns in forest law enforcement and governance, climate justice, and indigenous peoples’ rights.

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Jesuit Education: Transforming Thinking, Transform the World

Fr. Walpole offers reflections on a panel presentation entitled “Transforming Thinking…Transform the World – Jesuit Commons: Higher Education on the Margins.”

Pedro Walpole, S.J.

Pedro Walpole, S.J., is the Director of Research at the Institute of Environmental Science for Social Change in the Philippines and the Coordinator of Reconciliation with Creation for the Jesuit Conference Asia Pacific. He holds a doctorate in land use change from King’s College in London. He is a practitioner in sustainable environment and community land -management in Southeast Asia.

His interests include seeking social justice through environmental management, poverty reduction in forest lands, partnerships for local development, and advancing social concerns in forest law enforcement and governance, climate justice, and indigenous peoples’ rights.