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Washington Report to Presbyterians

A publication that covers a broad range of public policy issues of concern to the General Assembly, and keeps readers up-to-date on programs of the Office of Public Witness. If you would like a paper copy of the Washington Report to Presbyterians, please call the Office of Public Witness to submit your request.

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Winter 2014

  • Register Now for Two Great Events at this year’s Advocacy Training Weekend! Jesus Weeps – Resisting Violence, Building Peace
  • North Carolina Moral March Brings Hope: A Justice Movement is Growing in the United States
  • Action Alert: Make Trade Fair
  • Action Alert: Support Workers
  • Farm Bill Update
  • Celebrating 23 Years of Second Tuesday Briefings
  • Celebrating Service Learning: Meet our 2014 Spring Seminary Interns
  • Where are they Now? Featuring our Summer Fellowship and Internship Alumni

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Fall 2013

  • Faith Leaders Call for Common Good Budget Deal
  • A Preview of the 2014 Advocacy Training weekend, March 21-24
  • A Feature on our Summer Fellows, both 2013 and our alumni – where are they now?
  • Peacemakers Make a Difference on Syria
  • A short recap of the Presbyterians for Earth Care Conference
  • Action Alert: Boycott the Occupation of Palestine

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Spring 2013

  • A Lenten Call: Petition to Reduce Gun Violence
  • Compassion, Peace and Justice Training Day
  • Celebrating a Year of Service Learning
  • Presbyterians and Food Justice
  • and much more!

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Summer 2012

  • Ending For-Profit Prisons
  • Meet our Summer Fellows
  • Raise Hope for the Congo
  • Congratulations to President Obama for supporting DREAMers
  • and much more!
 

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Volume 34, No. 1 Advocacy Training/65th Anniversary Edition

Washington Report to Presbyterians

Join Compassion, Peace & Justice for a special Presbyterian pre-event at Ecumenical Advocacy Days

Join Compassion, Peace & Justice for a special event in Washington, D.C.  Attend Compassion, Peace & Justices’s Training Day, a pre-event to the annual Ecumenical Advocacy Days, a gathering focused on development, security and economic justice issues facing women in the United States and throughout the world.  The training is designed to develop a link between the domestic and global ministries of Compassion, Peace & Justice and local congregations and Presbyterians interested in social and public witness opportunities.

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2010 Fourth Quarter Edition

  • Ecumenical Cuban Delegation Visits Washington, D.C.
  • A Well-Rounded Faith Perspective
  • Calling all Interns… and Church Partners
  • Interview with Nan Arnold: Reflections of a Recent Intern
  • Ecumenical Advocacy Days 2011
  • Presbyterian Efforts to End Homelessness
  • Second Tuesday Briefings

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May/June 2010

  • The National Criminal Justice Commission Act
  • What's in it for the PC(USA)?
  • Human rights in the Democratic Republic of Congo

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  • Where is the information concerning the energy bill currently before the Senate? What are the nuts and bolts of this bill? What should we be saying to our representatives? by pamela glaze on 08/02/2010 at 2:46 p.m.