Spiritual dimension of the Jesuit Education Foundation

We open schools to the world to build a hopeful future. We awaken in students the critical spirit and care for the environment. We inspire a transformative way of seeing life, which changes the reality around us.

Social dimension

Sustainability and ecology at JE: Caring for our common home

According to Arturo Sosa, Father General of the Society of Jesus, "the conservation over time of the living conditions of the planet is a human responsibility laden with ethical and spiritual meaning".

We promote a lifestyle committed to the natural environment. We promote interdisciplinary projects that generate challenges that need a response. We mobilize knowledge in specific contexts: that can be touched, that can be experienced. We are mindful of caring for our common home by taking action.

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A look at our environment: Involvement in our neighbourhoods

We open schools up to the neighbourhood in order to improve the environment through projects with a vocation of service. We establish links with collectives with specific needs, creating inclusion, intergenerational coexistence and the acquisition of skills. We collaborate with municipal civic centres, business coordinators, neighbourhood associations and foundations. We think it, we do it, and we achieve it.

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The culture of hospitality: Border Scenario

We defend the inclusion of people who have to flee their territories every day due to different realities: war; political, ethnic and religious persecution; poverty; or the search for opportunities. We are committed to a better world by promoting coexistence, plurality and diversity as the backbone of our society. In this context, we foster a culture of hospitality at our schools. We activate this initiative among the student body through "Border Scenarios".

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