Ignatian Solidarity Network
Rating: 4.88 stars 25 reviews
Issues: Civil Rights, Education
Location: 1 John Carroll Blvd. University Heights OH 44118 USA
Results: The stories of individuals inspired by their participation in Ignatian Solidarity Network programs are endless. Most notable recently is the 2011 Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice which brought together nearly 1,200 individuals from Jesuit and partner institutions across the United States for learning, reflection, networking, prayer, and advocacy. 800+ participants took part in a legislative advocacy day on Capitol Hill, completing 130 meetings in 60 different legislators office and the White House.
Target demographics: We mobilize individuals and institutions connected with the Society of Jesus (Jesuits) in the United States. This includes high school students and faculty; university students, staff, and faculty; parish members; graduates of Jesuit institutions; and others who feel a connection to the spirituality of St. Ignatius of Loyola and its emphasis on the relationship between faith and justice.
Direct beneficiaries per year: In person programs directly impact 1,500+ people per year. Our online programs and resources impact thousands in the U.S. and beyond the reach of this medium grows daily.
Geographic areas served: We work mainly with U.S. based institutions, though we welcome individuals and institutions from throughout the world to be part of our in-person programs and online dialogue.
Programs: ISN offers annual programs focused on leadership formation and social justice education grounded in the spirituality of St. Ignatius of Loyola. These programs include the Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice, Arrupe High School Leaders Summit, University Leadership Summit, Ignatian Immersion Experience Coordinator Summit, and Ignatian Family Advocacy Month. In addition, we provided on-line programs including webinars, networking groups, and resources.
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