Updates

Jan 31, 20 | JPIC

Harriet Tubman reminds us “Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world.”  

With the attached JPIC Calendar for February and for Black History Month, we invite you to explore the lives of those who found the strength, patience and passion to change the world– yesterday and today.  

Dec 17, 19 | JPIC

National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month

“The scale of human trafficking is atrocious...We have to raise our voices for them. That means confronting the social and economic conditions that abet this crime..” – former United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon

Dec 06, 19 | Executive Director

You will find the description of the position attached. Please forward this to candidates who meet the criteria listed and whose passion for our mission and the work of the stuartcenter.org makes them a good candidate.

If you have questions, need additional information, or wish to submit a letter of interest please send an email to jobs@stuartcenter.org

 

 

Border Witness Program
Nov 26, 19 | EIL

We are pleased to announce the 2020 Border Witness Program in McAllen, Texas, the US side of the border with Reynosa, Mexico. The Border Witness Program provides a powerful, first-hand look at the human experience behind the issues as well as a critical, analytical look at the systemic issues contributing to the complexity of migration and immigration at the US-Mexico border.

December 2019 Printable JPIC Calendar
Nov 14, 19 | JPIC

Universal Human Rights Month

“Where, after all, do universal human rights begin? In small places, close to home — so close and so small that they cannot be seen on any maps of the world. [...] Unless these rights have meaning there, they have little meaning anywhere. Without concerted citizen action to uphold them close to home, we shall look in vain for progress in the larger world.” – Eleanor Roosevelt

November 2019 Printable JPIC Calendar
Oct 19, 19 | JPIC

Celebrate Native American Heritage Month

"As family of the Sacred Heart, we are called to respond “as One Body,” drawing from our charism and mission as educators. This means growing in a shared vision that allows us to understand the complexity of the political, economic, and social systems that confront us; increasing awareness of how we ourselves may be complicit in injustice; and deepening practices rooted in an integral ecology." (Artisans of Hope 1)

Statement on World Day of Migrants and Refugees
Sep 24, 19 | JPIC

Migration is named as one of the four major themes we are addressing internationally as one Body in the Church and in the world.

Sep 24, 19 | JPIC

Orange Shirt Day is the day Canadians honour the indigenous children who were sent away to residential schools and commit themselves to learn more about the history of those schools.

Photo by Jonathan Kemper
Sep 20, 19 | JPIC

The Washington Post report that “Most American teens are frightened by climate change, poll finds, and about 1 in 4 are taking action.”

Sep 20, 19 | JPIC

Led by teenagers who recognize the potential threat of the global climate crisis on future generations, especially those living in poor communities most affected by climate change, the movement is striving to raise awareness to the urgency and scale of the current climate crisis.