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Global Stories

Sharing inspiring stories from around the world



Kenya: education as a safe haven


Thanks to the Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) Safe Heaven shelter in Kenya, girls have been able to claim their right to education. The Safe Haven programme gives op...



Foundations of Hope


Just before Easter six Transition Year students along with Mr Noel Murray and Old Clongownian, Pyers O’Connor Nash (OC’69) set off for Kolkata, India – ‘The City ...



#ChooseToInclude – The Jesuit Way


I love Unified more than words could ever describe. I love it for what it has taught me about myself, others and God. I love it for the relationships I have built...



World Refugee Day: 4 Words to Open the World


Pope Francis has urged the global community to adopt a shared response to the global refugee situation that may be articulated in four words: welcome, protect, pr...



Harmony Day – Celebration of Australia’s Cultural Diversity


Loyola College in Australia celebrated Harmony Day in style yet again this year with a day packed full of activities for the whole school community. The aim of Ha...



On the Margins – An Exciting Resource for All Teachers, Everywhere.


On the Margins is an exciting resource for ALL teachers, everywhere. After reading this short blog you will probably think “He was part of its creation! Of course...



“OLYMPIC PICASSO” in St. Lawrence High School, Kolkata


On Thursday, June 22, 2017, students at St. Lawrence High School, Kolkata gave a huge welcome to Mr. Roald Bradstock, the “Olympic Picasso” and ambass...



Interview: Challenges that Jesuit Schools Face Regarding the Current Worldwide Refugee ...


Today is World Refugee Day and we would like to celebrate it by sharing a World Refugee expert’s point of view of the challenges that Jesuit Schools face regardin...