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Ecology, Education, GNMR, Migration, Peace and Human Rights, Workshops 2011

We are done! (for now)

The satisfaction and relief expressed in the faces of leaders, Core Group members and observers speak volumes about the hard work of the last six days. It will be sad to part but good to get some rest. Many of us will meet again in 2012, and in the meantime, there will be many, many Skype conferences.

A huge THANK YOU to the organisers, participants, staff at Loyola, for everybody who has followed the Global Ignatian Advocacy Network over the years – and to the readers of this blog! On Tuesday, our busiest day, we had 389 visitors.

Everybody!

Peace and Human Rights group: Marcos Ibañez (observer), Leonard Chiti SJ (leader), George Mutholil SJ, Mauricio García SJ, David Hollenbach SJ, Dani Villanueva SJ (observer)

Governance of Natural and Mineral Resources group: Walter Fernandes SJ, Ferdinand Muhigirwa SJ, Alicia Alemán, DM Solomon SJ (leader), César Torres SJ, Julie Edwards

Migration group: Pep Buades SJ, Rafael Moreno SJ (leader), Luis Muñoz SJ, Tom Greene SJ, Xavier Jeyaraj SJ, Denis Kim SJ

Education group: José María Seguro SJ (observer), Mary Tere Guzman (observer), Lucía Rodríguez (leader), Trevor Miranda SJ, Augustin Kalubi SJ, Luis Ugalde SJ

Ecology group: José Ignacio García SJ (leader), Jim Hug SJ, Pedro Walpole SJ, Martín Irriberri SJ (observer), José Alejandro Aguilar SJ

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About utaroma

I'm the Officer for Advocacy Networks and Communication of the Social Justice and Ecology Secretariat at the Jesuit Curia in Rome. Or, shorter and sweeter: passionate about writing, fighting and networking for the greater glory of God.

Discussion

3 thoughts on “We are done! (for now)

  1. Uta
    as always
    prompt and efficient
    and caring
    thanks

    George

    Posted by George | 23 June 2011, 16:25
  2. It has been an amazing experience. Sharing this conspiracy of Ignatian Advocates… talking with people working in the ground that has shared life and dreams with refugees, others that have worked close to Monseñor Romero, while others are connecting all these from the headquarters in Rome… Just Amazing. I was left with the feeling of being the privileged witness of the springing of something new. Trembling, shaking, not without difficulties but with lots of passion the GIAN is gaining momentum.
    Thanks to all =)

    Posted by Jose Mª | 24 June 2011, 00:11
  3. Thanks for the updates, it was like being present there!

    Posted by Jothi SJ | 24 June 2011, 07:01

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