Guyana – Jesuits meet on Caribbean Social Problems

Fifty Jesuits from around the Caribbean and South America gathered between January 15 and18 for a ‘Caribbean Common Social Problems’ seminar aimed to deepen knowledge of Guyana and its place in the Caribbean Jesuit Mission, and expand the current understanding of common issues of concerns and how they impact Jesuit apostolic work and the lives of Caribbean peoples. Some of the major conclusions were on the issues of Caribbean migration, informal economy and the international movement of Cubans, Ecological challenges and inequality and its repercussions in Caribbean societies. Read more…