Catholic Church Bodies
International Intergovernmental Organisations
UN Home Page
Jesuit Network
The Society of Jesus — Worldwide serves as a portal connecting Jesuits and friends around the world
The Social Justice Secretariat of the Society of Jesus
  To build a fuller expression of justice and love into the structures of human life in common is the purpose of the Social Apostolate of the Society of Jesus, among the many other works that Jesuits do.
Ignatian Solidarity Network
  The Ignatian Solidarity Network's purpose is to facilitate and enhance the effectiveness of existing social justice and advocacy efforts that are currently present in Jesuit affiliated high schools, universities and colleges, parishes, retreat centers, independent organizations and lay individuals across the nation. The network serves as a means to connect, strengthen, and broaden communication among these already existing groups in order to better understand what it means to live and act upon "a faith that does justice."
Jesuit Volunteer Corps (JVC)
  Based in four core values—social justice, simple living, community, and spirituality—the Jesuit Volunteer Corps offers women and men an opportunity to work full-time for justice and peace. Jesuit Volunteers are called to the mission of serving the poor directly. They work for and with people who are homeless, unemployed, refugees, people with AIDS, the elderly, street youth, abused women and children, the mentally ill and the developmentally disabled. More than 250 grassroots organizations across the world count on Jesuit Volunteers to provide essential services.
Non Governmental Organisations
Asylum Aid
Windle Trust
Other Useful Resources
America Magazine
  America, a Jesuit magazine, was planned as the American counterpart of The Tablet of London, a respected Catholic weekly review. America is the only national Catholic weekly magazine in the United States.
Exile Images is one of the leading independent picture libraries and brings together a diverse group of photographers in depicting not only the contradictions of contemporary life in the UK but also those of an increasingly globalized world.
Missionary Service News Agency (MISNA)
  Misna provides daily news ‘from, about and for’ the 'world’s Souths', not just in the geographical sense. Journalistically, the news agency – which is often described as ‘alternative’ or as providing ‘counter-information’ – has the primary aim of integrating and sometimes also ‘correcting’ the ‘genetically modified information’ put into circulation by large global news systems that have a different perception of the world.
Brookings-Sais Project on Internal Displacement
  The Project on Internal Displacement was created to promote a more effective national, regional, and international response to this global problem and to support the work of the Representative of the UN Secretary-General on the Human Rights of Internally Displaced Persons in carrying out the responsibilities of the mandate. The Brookings-Bern Project on Internal Displacement monitors displacement problems worldwide, promotes the dissemination and application of the Guiding Principles on Internal Displacement, works with governments, regional bodies, international organizations and civil society to create more effective policies and institutional arrangements for IDPs, convenes international seminars on internal displacement, and publishes major studies, articles and reports.
Forced Migration Online
  Forced Migration Online provides instant access to a wide variety of online resources dealing with the situation of forced migrants worldwide. Designed for use by practitioners, policy makers, researchers, students or anyone interested in the field, FMO aims to give comprehensive information in an impartial environment and to promote increased awareness of human displacement issues to an international community of users.
Inter-University Committee on International Migration
  Since its establishment in 1974, the Inter-University Committee on International Migration has been a focal point for migration and refugee studies at member institutions, which include Boston University, Brandeis University, The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Harvard University, MIT, Tufts University, and Wellesley College.
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