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CRS Reacts to Supreme Court Ruling on Travel BanJune 26, 2017
CRS weighs on Supreme Courts decision to stay on lower courts' ruling on travel ban.
CRS Announces 2017 Egan Journalism FellowsJune 21, 2017
Selected journalists to cover international policy issues from Washington, D.C.
CRS Welcomes Vatican Aid to South Sudan; Underscores Urgent Need for Continued AssistanceJune 20, 2017
Vatican's contribution affirms important role the Church plays in South Sudan.
CRS calls for poor and marginalized to be emphasized in Conference on Central AmericaJune 14, 2017
CRS concerned about lack of civil society participation or focus on marginalized people.
Laudato Si’ and Climate Change 2 Years On: Moving Anibong Out of DangerJune 14, 2017
After US’ withdrawal from the Paris Agreement, CRS continues its commitment to the values spelled out in Laudato Si'.
CRS Disappointed in Administration’s Decision to Pull out of Paris Climate AgreementJune 1, 2017
Decision’s Far-Reaching Effects Disproportionately Affect the World’s Poor.
80-90 Percent of Children in Orphanages Are Not OrphansMay 31, 2017
Three Partners Offer a Solution on International Children’s Day
Humanitarian and Tech Sectors Join Forces to Provide Data Protection for the World’s Most VulnerableMay 24, 2017
WannaCry attack highlighted need for aid groups to protect data on beneficiaries.
Catholic Relief Services Calls on Congress to Reject Draconian Cuts to Foreign AidMay 23, 2017
Proposed Budget Endangers Progress against Hunger and Poverty; Millions at Risk.
Leading Humanitarian Organizations Join Forces Against Cuts to Foreign AssistanceMay 22, 2017
CRS and other organizations release statement regarding Administration's budget request.