‘Support Nepal’s People’

Jubilee USA Network seeks signers for petition

Calls on International Monetary Fund, World Bank to cancel $4 million weekly debt of earthquake-devastated country. read more »

May 22, 2015

Ebola crisis challenges human rights

Health is a human right As the world celebrates the 66th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights Dec. 10, a focus on health as a human right, given the complex challenges that the Ebola crisis has brought to our attention is appropriate and timely. The right to health profoundly... read more »

Posted by the Rev. Liberato Bautista,Jillian Abballe, Jefferson Knight, the Rev. Ande Emmanuel and Davidson Amos Dulums on December 09, 2014

IMF policy double standard

Jubilee USA criticizes austerity stance

Charges latest economic projections of reduced economic growth due to policies IMF promoted. read more »

April 19, 2013

The Fiscal Cliff

FaithLink downloadable study resource connects faith with life

Study guide explains U.S. financial crisis issues, such as ‘sequestration,” addresses how Christian faith can guide reflection on uncertain future. read more »

December 06, 2012

Budgets and Taxes

How we spend our money - as individuals, congregations, and communities - is a reflection on who and what we value. Likewise, the federal budget is a statement of our nation's shared priorities - how we use the abundance God has given us to live into a vision of... Read More

Illegitimate Debt Week

Oct. 8-16 to demand reform of international financial institutions

Jubilee USA and global partners draw attention to ‘Jubilee Act’ that demands responsible lending and borrowing practices. read more »

September 20, 2011

We’ve only just begun

Medicare, Medicaid survived — for now

As budget negotiations reopen, however, health-care programs, which are a huge part of U.S. federal spending, are particularly vulnerable, especially Medicaid. read more »

by the Revs. Cynthia Abrams and Linda Walling
on August 11, 2011

What’s the ‘deal’?

Update on faithful response to budget debate

Webinar analyzes U.S. debt-ceiling deal on ‘manufactured crisis,’ explains next steps of faith community to protect the most vulnerable in society. read more »

by John Hill
on August 05, 2011

Seeking 1,000 clergy

Stand up for global economic justice

Clergy from across the U.S. are invited to demonstrate the depth and breadth of the interfaith movement for global economic justice and human rights by signing a letter to President Obama. read more »

by Mark Harrison
on April 21, 2011