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What this experience has meant. By Julia Corcoran

As the group leave the USA/ Mexico border, Julia Corcoran, the Columban Faith in Action Volunteer reflects on the experience as a whole.

The importance of a name by Fiona Murphy

Fiona, is a teacher based in London.

Where Mercy and Joy meet. By Nathalie Marytsch

Nathalie Marytsch is a Columban lay missionary from Chile working in Birmingham.

The Way of the Cross. By Mark Brown

A small group of Columban contacts in Britain are spending Holy Week 2016 on a Columban Exposure Visit to the US-Mexico border.

Gardens, grace and gratuitous generosity by Omowonuola Adedoyin-Salau

Omuwonuola is an English teacher based in London, she is part of a small group of contacts in Britain spending Holy Week in El Paso/Juarez learing

Lenten journey is coming to an end

Fr Bill Morton SSC Our Lenten journey is coming to an end.

Farm workers are the poorest of the poor

A  small group of Columban contacts in Britain are  spending Holy Week 2016 on a Columban Exposure Visit to the US-Mexico border.

Across our country those who the vulnerable rely upon are being let down

It’s nearly twenty years since the National Minimum Wage Act was passed.

Cardiff councillors to debate opposition to secret trade deal

UNISON has welcomed the efforts of Cardiff Labour councillors in placing a motion before the council today that condemns the secretive Transatlanti

Care workers continue to be denied the minimum wage

Employers are continuing to illegally pay home care workers below the national minimum wage, as was outlined in a parliamentary debate on the scand

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UNISON:

Commenting on the news today (Friday) that the government has abandoned its plans to force all...

Spokes:

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