In the aftermath of the revelation that the remains of 215 Indigenous children were discovered at Kamloops Indian Residential School in Canada, Red Cloud Indian School, as well as the Midwest Province of the Jesuits and the Jesuit Conference of Canada and the U.S., has issued a response related to its own legacy and history.
For ten years, the University of Detroit Mercy has hosted an annual fundraising event for the UCA Jesuit Martyrs Scholarship, which enables students living in impoverished communities in El Salvador to attend the UCA—the Jesuit university in San Salvador.
In spring of 2021, Gonzaga University earned the Fair Trade University distinction from the international Fair Trade Campaigns organization.
The ISN Board of Directors has unanimously voted to welcome Carlos Aedo, Jim DeGraw, Colleen Dulle, Vince Herberholt, and Ashley Klick as new members, effective July 1, 2021.
A Jesuit-sponsored study in northern Honduras found that the environmental destruction caused by mining permeates all areas of Honduran life—and also that resistance on the part of local communities is yielding results, empowering communities to reach for a different model of economic development and environmental stewardship.
On July 5, 2021 human rights activist Fr. Stan Swamy S.J., died at age 84 at the Holy Family Hospital in Mumbai, India while in custody of the Indian government, after months of calls for his release.
The Jesuit Schools Network held a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Cohort Gathering from June 22-25 in Cleveland, OH, focused on the theme “Planning for Diversity and Change.”
Attendees at the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities’ 2021 Commitment to Justice in Jesuit Higher Education conference explored how to accompany young people in building a future of hope.
Fr. James Connor, S.J., the 2014 recipient of the Ignatian Solidarity Network’s Robert M. Holstein Faith Doing Justice Award, passed away today (June 21, 2021) at Manresa Hall in Philadelphia.
The Catholic Mobilizing Network has announced the publication of Dignity and the Death Penalty based on the insights of Sister Helen Prejean, a leading advocate for abolishing the death penalty.
Seattle University has earned a Gold rating through The Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System (STARS) for its commitment to sustainability.
As he prepares to retire from the Jesuit Social Research Institute at Loyola University New Orleans, a look back at his career and vocation reflect Fr. Fred Kammer’s love for God and for justice.
The Jesuit network and other Catholic leaders, including Pope Francis, continue to advocate for vaccine patent waivers to increase global vaccine equity as the Biden Administration signals support for the waivers.
An initiative of the Ignatian Solidarity Network, A Parish Journey for Racial Justice and Equity has provided a virtual space to convene parishes across the country to share their efforts for racial justice, as well as to network and learn from other parishes as they consider how to expand their work.
Through a national petition organized by Catholic Mobilizing Network, thousands of Catholics, Catholic organizations, and people of goodwill, including the Ignatian Solidarity Network, are calling on President Biden to fulfill his campaign pledge to dismantle the federal death penalty.