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Valeria Méndez de Vigo

Lawyer with various postgraduate qualifications on migration and human rights, working with the development, direction and management of NGOs and the leadership of social entities. 25 years of experience working with the development of various organisations (the last 12 spent in the Entreculturas organisation, in charge of research and public outreach). For the last two years, she has been in charge of public outreach, global networks and communication in the Department of Social Justice and Ecology of the Society of Jesus in Rome. Interests: Education, participation and refugees/migrations, human rights. Author and contributor to several articles and publications.

Stan Swamy, S.J., a Martyr of Our Time

May the New Year Bring a new awakening To all of us. May the new awakening Light a new flame In our hearts. May the new flame Help us discern truth from untruth And hold fast to truth. May truth embolden us To speak...

Stan Swamy SJ, positive on COVID. From prison to hospital

Fr Stan Swamy had been showing symptoms of Covid 19 for the last two weeks.  On 14 May, in a telephone conversation, the 84-year-old Jesuit, falsely accused of terrorism and incarcerated in Taloja prison...