This fall, we launched the Share the Journey campaign and invited Canadians to walk in solidarity with the 68.5 million forced migrants around the world. Many of you answered the call and our collective actions are adding up!
The solidarity and support that allowed our partners to help the Lebanese people cope with the reverberations of last year’s devastating dockside explosion are still needed.
Development and Peace is bringing you Solidarity Sunday mass on TV and online, so you do not have to leave the comfort of your armchair to spread solidarity.
For nearly 10 years, Canadians have contributed with compassion and generosity to help millions of Syrians survive the ravages of war, hunger, poverty and displacement.
Organization's president says support for the Share Love, Share Lent campaign is needed to ensure that the “Lenten journey allows for a positive impact on each person and each community.”
Development and Peace membres in Montreal carried out a cheese sale project this fall, in collaboration with the Abbey of Saint-Benoît-du-Lac.
The first of our Advent stories is about how solidarity from a continent away restored hope to the life of one displaced but not defeated woman in Nigeria.
Over the past five years, Jean-Claude Huriaux has sent 500,000 stamps to Development and Peace.
Development and Peace signs an open letter from the international cooperation sector, addressed to Canada’s Minister of...
A Catholic High School in Fort McMurray, Alberta, walked 20,439 km in solidarity with forced migrants.