U.S. advocacy campaigns
We believe advocacy can be part of making the world a better place. Will you join us?
Engage in letter-writing campaigns, attend live or virtual events and get connected with others.
Take action on issues that matter to you, and work with us toward a more fair and peaceful world.
Support UNRWA — Send an email
Call for an immediate and permanent ceasefire — Email Congress and President Biden
Act now to save asylum — Email Congress
Support environmental protections for mining — Email Congress
Save Oak Flat from copper mining — Email Congress
Reduce trafficking of U.S. guns — Email Congress and President Biden
Support peaceful solutions in Ukraine — Email President Biden
Support international food aid programs in the Farm Bill — Email Congress
Support peace on the Korean Peninsula — Email your representative in Congress
Support international climate finance — Email Congress
Support a robust international assistance budget — Email Congress
Support the people of Cuba — Email President Biden
NPJM hosts a range of webinars, trainings and events, including an annual high school essay contest, to help you learn more, connect with others and speak up on the issues that matter to you. Join us at an upcoming event!
Stories from our advocacy work
Read stories from Washington and meet the people whose experiences and voices shape our messages to the government. Explore the ways we’re working together to create a more just and peaceful world.
Considering the “dirty” impacts of critical minerals mining
- Climate Change
Cycling for climate justice
- Climate Change
Why U.S. gun sales south of the border matter
- Migration and Refugees
Humanitarian organizations welcome Canada's vote in favour of a ceasefire
“Can you help us help?”
- Disaster response
Our ministry toward a holistic recovery and healing
U.S. advocacy resources
MCC offers resources for classes, congregations, families and individuals. Explore advocacy-focused resources designed to help you take action on issues that matter.
MCC advocacy offices
At MCC we base our advocacy on what we hear from workers and partners on the ground. Loving our neighbors means their voices shape our message to governments.
In the U.S. and Canada, MCC advocates to policymakers in Ottawa (Peace & Justice Office), Washington, D.C. (National Peace & Justice Ministries), Ontario and at the United Nations in New York.
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