Established in 2007, the Jesuit Forum for Social Faith and Justice wants to make a difference. We engage people in deeper thinking and sharing on what’s going on in our globalized world, starting with their own experience.
Young girls carrying buckets in the Dogon region,
near Bandiagara, Mali (14°20’ N, 3°37’ W).
Women play a vital and leading role in sustainable development. Ensuring access to education for girls and working towards gender parity in all dimensions of society is one of the UN’s sustainable development goals.
The Jesuit Forum promotes a small group dialogue process inviting participants to tap into the energy of their deep aspirations for a just and sustainable world and to regain a sense of agency and hope to engage current social and ecological issues.
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