Your guide: asking a question

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Your guide: asking a question (printer-friendly)

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Four election questions to ask

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Case studies

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Shelter: Housing costs forcing working parents to cut back on food

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JRF: Monitoring Poverty and Social Exclusion 2014

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Joseph Rowntree Foundation: Monitoring Poverty and Social Exclusion 2014

January newsletter 2015

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CSAN response to the Work and Pensions Committee inquiry into benefit sanctions policy

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CBCEW Equality Act guidance

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Contact us

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December newsletter 2014

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November newsletter 2014

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Parliamentary Reception 2014

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October newsletter 2014

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Caritas Internationalis prayer

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Pilgrims from every continent flocked to Rome in 1950, declared a Holy Year by Pope Pius XII. This was before the Caritas confederation was formed and the Vatican had long wished to see closer international cooperation among as many Catholic charities as possible.

In 1951, a meeting of the leading Caritas associations was initiated by Mgr. Giovanni Battista Montini, Substitute Secretary of State. At the start of the convention, Montini proposed the creation of an “international organism” for managing cooperation between individual Caritas groups. His address would form the basis of a new set of statutes for a new organisation that would go on to become “Caritas Internationalis”.

Mgr. Montini would go on to become Pope Paul VI: “when we fight poverty and oppose the unfair conditions of the present, we are not just promoting human well being; we are also furthering man’s spiritual and moral development, and hence we are benefiting the whole human race. For peace is not simply the absence of warfare, based on a precarious balance of power; it is fashioned by efforts directed day after day toward the establishment of the ordered universe willed by God, with a more perfect form of justice among men.”

September newsletter 2014

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August newsletter 2014

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CSAN respond to setting 2020 persistent child poverty target

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With contributions from Brentwood Catholic Children’s Society, Cardinal Hume Centre and Nugent Care, CSAN’s response to the consultation on setting the 2020 child poverty child poverty target can be found below.

CSAN response to the APPG Inquiry into Hunger and Food Poverty

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