Reshaping Economic Principles
A resource titled The Economic Way of the Cross relates the message of Jesus’ way to the suffering of those who live under the weight of the globalized economy. The report was prepared by the Religious Working Group on the World Bank and International Monetary Fund, the Ecumenical Program on Central America and the Caribbean (EPICA), and Witness for Peace. The bilingual edition names 14 corporate, financial, political, legal, and military institutions that have constructed and administer the economy, and holds these institutions morally accountable.
The resource also includes commentary for group discussion or personal reflection. Copies are available for $6.50, plus $3.50 for postage and handling, from The Religious Working Group on World Bank and IMF, (202) 832-1780; EPICA (202) 332-0292; or Witness for Peace, 1229 15th St. NW, Washington, DC 20005; (202) 588-1471.
A Source for Workers’ Rights
Jobs with Justice has compiled information on national and international unions, research organizations, Workers’ Rights Boards, and interfaith groups organized around labor issues in its first-ever National Workers’ Rights Resource Directory. The directory also lists other organizations throughout the country, such as civil rights organizations, student groups, and labor artists and musicians, on a state-by-state basis. For more information or to obtain a copy, contact Jobs with Justice, 501 3rd St. NW, Washington DC 20001; (202) 434-1106; email@example.com; www.jwj. org.
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