Maryknoll missioners took actions to respond to the cry of the Earth leading up to the UN Climate Talks (COP26) in Glasgow, Scotland, in November, 2021.
Nearly two months after the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan, Afghans and peacebuilding experts are watching closely to see how the United States might continue to employ violence in the country via two means: economic sanctions that hinder desperately needed humanitarian aid, and “over the horizon” armed drone strikes.
The Root Causes Initiative is working to address the underlying structural and historical conditions driving people to migrate from Central America.
As half a million people in South Sudan face their third straight year of extreme flooding that the UN says is fueled by climate change, Maryknoll lay missioner Gabe Hurrish writes in his newsletter about the growing hunger and violence in the world’s youngest nation.
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