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Blog: The New START Treaty

Jun 15, 2010 | By Jean Sammon

The new Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START), signed by President Obama and Russian President Medvedev in April, needs to be ratified by the U.S. Senate this year. Read more

NETWORK Connection Issue on Peacemaking: Sept.-Oct. 2009

Read the Connection issue on efforts to bring peace to Iraq and other parts of the world. Read more

Platform for the Common Good

During the 2008 election season, as the political parties developed their political platforms, many Catholics groups came together to develop a Platform for the Common Good.  This platform is based on principles from Catholic social tradition and addresses what we can do to make our nation “a more perfect union” focused on the common good.

Platform for the Common Good

Connection

Our award-winning quarterly publication, the Connection, provides in-depth analysis of important social justice issues, along with examples of people who are making a difference. You can find copies of past issues on our archives page.

Education on Issues

NETWORK Education Program (NEP) provides education on advocacy, Catholic social teaching, and social justice issues. 

For resources relating to our issue agenda: 

 

Economic JusticeEconomic Justice

 

Letter-to-the-editor Tips

Tips for writing letters to the editor, a great way to express your views to your community as well as members of Congress who read the news publications. Read more

Lobbying Tips

NETWORK's tips for writing, calling and visiting your Member of Congress in Washington or in your district. Read more

Peacemaking

The Catholic Social Teaching principle of universal human dignity demands not only that our nation not engage in violence, but that we also help rebuild countries like Iraq that have been damaged by our military action. Their citizens should have what they need to lead peaceful, productive, stable lives, especially after enduring the violence of war.

Further, NETWORK believes that the U.S. should develop ethical foreign policies that emphasize conflict resolution through multilateral diplomacy instead of unilateral U.S.

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