Current efforts toward building a just society and identification of forces which advance and inhibit just structures and systems for the vulnerable

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Discussion with Fr. Coughlin, Panelists and Conference Participants

Moderator(s)

  • Michael A. Simons
    Dean, John V. Brennan Professor of Law and Ethics
    School of Law
    St. John's University

Presentations in this Session

Achieving the Millennium Development Goals
Current efforts toward building a just society and identification of forces which advance and inhibit just structures and systems for the vulnerable. Discussion with Fr. Coughlin, Panelists and Conference Participants
"Against Poverty Acting Together: Vincentian Work for Systemic Change"
"CCUSA Campaign to Reduce Poverty in America"
"Reducing Poverty in New York City"

Food for Thought

Catholic universities will be particularly attentive to the poorest and to those who suffer economic, social, cultural or religious injustice. This responsibility begins within the academic community but it also finds application beyond it.

Pope John Paul II, Ex Corde Ecclesiae (40)