IVEP partner insight: Forever Changed March 14, 2019
IVEP alumni insight: I live with it in my heart and head March 14, 2019
Participant insight: Blessed and proud to call myself an IVEPer March 14, 2019
My Oma and me—building bridges with art March 12, 2019
Lost in Translation March 11, 2019
Leaders, farmers, mothers… March 8, 2019
"Lord, the people are crying..." March 7, 2019
MCC speaking into women's issues at United Nations March 6, 2019
Consolider la paix pour l’égalité entre les sexes March 5, 2019
Peacebuilding for gender equality March 5, 2019
"We are strong now" March 4, 2019
First Nations and the human right to water March 4, 2019
Three generations of volunteers bring a legacy of impact March 4, 2019
The Journey of Refugee Sponsorship: Nhung Tran-Davies March 2, 2019
Victor Neumann, MCC representative in Songkhla, Thailand, with "Vietnamese boat people." Mothers of children shown here were abducted by pirates. In response to the refugee crisis following the end of the Vietnam War, in 1979, MCC was the first agency to sign a private sponsorship agreement with the Government of Canada, leading hundreds of Mennonite and Brethren in Christ churches in Canada to resettle thousands of refugees across the country.
Consider it (re)settled February 28, 2019

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