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Central America Drought Means an Upcoming Food CrisisDecember 10, 2014
Central American families are at risk of going hungry next year due to a record drought and other factors.
CRS Looks at Central American Programs that Help Fight Migration CrisisSeptember 11, 2014
CRS' Joan Rosenhauer recently returned from Central America where she asked families a simple question: Why are so many...
Catholic Leaders Speak Out About Policy Toward Unaccompanied MinorsJuly 22, 2014
Catholic News Service spoke with Catholic leaders, including CRS' Rick Jones, about their take on the current situation...
CRS to Senate: Violence Is Driving Surge in Unaccompanied ChildrenJuly 16, 2014
CRS Latin America expert Rick Jones testified before a Senate committee on the recent surge in unaccompanied children...
Vatican to Support Help for 'Humanitarian Emergency' of Child MigrantsJuly 15, 2014
The Vatican's secretary of state pledged full support for addressing the issue of child migrants coming to the United...
CRS Expert Talks about Surge of Children Fleeing Violence in Central AmericaJune 12, 2014
CRS expert Erica Dahl-Bredine talks with the New York Daily News about how violence in parts of Central America pushes...
CRS Partner Assisting People Affected by Unrest in UkraineMarch 6, 2014
Amid unrest in Ukraine, CRS' partner Caritas Ukraine is assisting some of the most vulnerable people.
USCCB Says Dangerous Conditions Causing More Families to Send Children to U.S.February 3, 2014
The USCCB' Committee on Migration released a report last week about growing numbers of unaccompanied children sent to...
CRS' New York Times Letter to the Editor on ImmigrationOctober 21, 2013
The New York Times printed a Letter to the Editor on the causes of immigration by CRS staffer and Latin American...
Despite Dangers, Church will Always Assist World’s Refugees, Says PrelateOctober 9, 2013
The papal nuncio to the United Nations said the Catholic Church will always respond to the needs of refugees, despite...