The Jesuit Educational Association (legal title: Jesuit Conference of India-Educational Section) was constituted in 1961 with the aim of providing Jesuits with a forum of reflection on the educational apostolate of the Society in the context of changing conditions in South Asia. All Jesuit educational institutions in South Asia are members of the JEA. The secretariat, assisted especially by the Province/Region Coordinators of Education, seeks to animate Jesuit educational institutions to a deeper understanding of the Jesuit vision in Education especially through the implementation of the Characteristics of Jesuit Education and Ignatian Pedagogy. This entails enabling the institutions to be rooted in the local context, to network with like-minded institutions and be instruments of social change.
Archive for Networking
The Jesuit Conference of Asia Pacific (JCAP) is developing a protocol that outlines steps for Jesuits in responding to disasters in the region aiming to increase collaboration in management and reduce risk.
The protocol seeks to integrate Jesuits’ area disaster engagement on the ground while networking with national and international organisations in support of the communities affected.
MAGiS Ireland took place from 6 – 17 August. We welcomed 65 young adults between 18 and 30 years old for a series of 5 immersion experiences ranging from walking in the footsteps of countless pilgrims through the beautiful Irish countryside to working on an ecological farm or helping to redecorate a homeless shelter.