Your free worship guide for World Refugee Day

Imagine having your predictable daily routine disrupted by bombs and gunfire and losing all sense of control and safety for your family. Imagine going to bed hungry, worrying about where your next meal will come from or if your water supply is safe for your children to drink. Imagine not having a community of like-minded people to feel connected to.

This is the experience of millions of refugees around the world.

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Government Communications

MCC Canada communicates regularly with the Government of Canada on matters of policy. The Peace & Justice Office documents all written communication sent directly by MCC Canada, as well as many of the letters sent by partners or coalitions that MCC Canada supports. The following list is intended to provide an overview of this important dimension of our work.

Advocacy

In order to do our work of relief, development and peacebuilding, it’s important that MCC addresses policies that contribute to poverty and injustice. Advocacy is how we do that.

Our advocacy work is rooted in the understanding that we are called by God to be a voice with and for the poor, oppressed and marginalized. We take our inspiration from the biblical witness of Moses, Esther, John the Baptist, the prophets and Jesus himself.