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Mercy Enews
No. 400 | 15 February 2011

Catherine McAuley, foundress of the Sisters of Mercy, used her inheritance in service of the needs of her time. Today, Sisters of Mercy, through Mercy International Association, use their resources to respond to issues of global poverty demonstrated in the massive displacement of persons worldwide...This vision keeps alive the founding spirit of Catherine among peoples of the world most in need of God's compassion and mercy.
from the MIA Visioning Statement 2007


Poverty and Climate Change: Voices from Government, The Grassroots, and NGOs (MGC)

The 49th Session Commission For Social Development 9-18 February 2011 on Poverty Eradication is involving a number of events at the UN.

One well attended workshop side event , held yesterday,(14 February) was organized by the Working Group on Poverty and Climate Change, NGO Subcommittee on Poverty Eradication. Among the sponsors is Mercy International Association, represented at the United Nations by Mercy Global Concern.

Deirdre Mullan rsm was the Moderator for this event which was very well received.

Messages to Deirdre Mullan rsm - Director MGC


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