Tag Archives: violence
Posted on 07. Aug, 2014 by Nikki Massie.
There have been many times over the past six years that I have given thanks that I get to be part of the work of Lutheran World Relief. Most recently, I felt that way because of what is going on in Gaza. Like me, you’ve probably seen it play out on the news. Rising tensions between […]
Posted on 30. Jul, 2013 by Dan Ruth.
At times it can be hard to know if a particular project that Lutheran World Relief supports continues to have an impact even after our portion has ended. That’s why it was fun to hear an update from our Regional Communications Officer for Latin America, Annalise Romoser. Annalise recently visited one of our partners in […]
Posted on 16. Apr, 2012 by Annalise Udall Romoser.
Artistic expression provides us with a language [that] touches the fibers of our emotions and consciousness. It is a mix of feelings with materials… we have, here, objects of daily life that force us to mediate, contemplate and to transform. –Camilo Gonzalez Pozo, Director of the Center for Memory, Peace and Reconciliation. Colombians dream big. […]
Posted on 03. Feb, 2012 by Dan Ruth.
This week in the world of nonprofits, the Susan G. Komen for the Cure controversy has dominated news coverage. Even just reading new donor reviews at GreatNonprofits.org gives quite the insight into the debate. (Shameless plug: while you’re at GreatNonprofits.org, why not write a great review for Lutheran World Relief?) In other news, here are […]
Posted on 22. Jun, 2011 by Krista Zimmerman.
When I joined LWR, I was tasked with continuing the organization’s advocacy and education on human rights in Sudan. But I’d never been to Sudan. At LWR, we try hard to make sure the policy positions we take reflect and respond to the lived realities of the local communities with which we work. Initiatives that […]