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TPPA No Way!

This afternoon I joined protests against the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA). The biggest trade deal in history is being signed in Auckland today by its 12 members from across the Pacific region. 364 more words


Wool Chartered Accountant returns from campaigning in Paris following climate change deal


One of our fantastic Key Volunteers and retired chartered accountant, Bernard White, has returned even more inspired to campaign with CAFOD after travelling to Paris to call for world leaders to tackle climate change at UN COP21 Conference. 361 more words


Step into the Gap Peru - Advocacy at the local level

Alice and Michelle are currently in Peru, visiting communities CAFOD works with as part of the Step into the Gap programme. This is their first blog about their stay and some of the people they have spent time with so far. 711 more words


Joyfully Live in Fellowship with Creation

Last month Julie Cox from St John Fisher Parish, Rochester, travelled to Cameroon to visit Sr Annette, who shares her deep conviction to live simply, sustainably and in solidarity with the poor. 723 more words


Should Catholics get involved in politics?

We asked three Catholics to share their views on faith, politics and campaigning. Here’s what they said:

Sr Bridgetta Rooney CSJP is a CAFOD campaigner who takes action through our MP Correspondent scheme… 659 more words


CAFOD supporters reflect on Paris Climate Summit

Fr Hugh Pollock and Paul Kelly, of Lancaster Diocese, were part of the CAFOD delegation in the French capital last month. They reflect on the… 1,386 more words


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Youth leaders: The People's Climate March

Leah Fox is a volunteer at Youth Ministry Team in the Diocese of Hexham and Newcastle. Here she reflects on her first experience of campaigning with CAFOD… 484 more words