Catholic Relief Services Agency Panel

Kim Lamberty, director of university and mission engagement for Catholic Relief Services, leads this panel discussion which addresses the intersection between integral human development and Catholic Relief Service’s international commitment to the poor. This commitment involves not just a large network of services, but the assessment of risk and understanding how systems and structures around the world impact the most vulnerable.

The Center for Social Concerns Catholic Social Tradition Conference, “The Soul of Development: 50th Anniversary of Populorum Progressio,” addressed the thematic social justice issues in this seminal modern Catholic social thought document, especially those in the encyclical such as economic justice, international development, solidarity with the poor, peacebuilding and globalization, all of which gave rise to liberation theology and integral human development practices.

April 4, 2017

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