Latin America – First issue of Migrar, a bulletin from RJM (Jesuit Network with Migrants)

The Jesuit Network with Migrants (RJM – Red Jesuita con Migrantes) comprises Jesuit institutions working with migrants and refugees in all Latin America and has recently initiated its joint activities. The partaking Jesuit institutions belong to different apostolic sectors, such as pastoral, social, education or higher education, where there exists service to migrants. JRS is also a member of the network. The network understands that we can offer a better and more integral service to migrants if we connect the Jesuit responses coming from the different sectors. The network is also divided into different sub-regions: South, Colombia and its borders, Central and North America, and the Caribbean. Each one of these sub-regions shows different characteristics of the migration phenomenon. The network has just released the first issue of an online magazine, Migrar, where the situation in the South sub-region is presented. Read more…