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CAFOD stands in solidarity with communities around the world by campaigning in the UK to change the policies and practices that keep people living in poverty. Join us and find new ways to put your faith into action.
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All our campaigns are based on in-depth research. We listen to people living in poverty, study the political context and work out possible solutions.
You can put your faith into action in many ways. Find out what you can do to support our campaigns in your parish, in school or on your own.
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Latest campaigning news
The COP28 climate talks have begun with countries agreeing on the first day of the UN summit how a loss and damage fund will operate.
Add your voice to Pope Francis' call for leaders at the UN climate summit to take the action we need to tackle the climate crisis.
Calls from thousands of CAFOD supporters for the UK government to push for a ceasefire have been shared with the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office.
Our campaigners delivered a letter to the World Bank written by Salina, a farmer from Bangladesh who is fighting to keep control of her own seeds.
The new apostolic exhortation Laudate Deum follows eight years after Laudato Si’, in which Pope Francis called for all people to care for our common home.
Speaking on BBC World News, CAFOD’s Head of Advocacy, Neil Thorns, said “the UK is leaving its international reputation in tatters”.
Shell and BP were presented with mock 'blue plaques' to remind the fossil fuel companies how history will judge their contribution to the climate crisis.
Mario and Violeta work for Caritas Bolivia, standing alongside indigenous communities and rural farmers as they live in communion with nature.
Campaigners went to Downing Street to offer the Prime Minister a 'maths lesson' to remind him why climate finance is needed
As our government makes plans for a new Illegal Migration Bill, we look to what the Holy Father has taught us about our sisters and brothers seeking sanctuary.
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