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Topic: Caritas Social Action Network

Bishops encourage schools to implement Living Wage

Initiative launched after deal between Unison and the Catholic Education Service

Catholic charity leaders urge Parliament to investigate impact of welfare cuts

Charities concerned at ‘the public costs incurred by rising poverty levels’

Seven-day wait for benefits may cause hardship, says Church agency

Britain’s unemployed may have to wait for a week before they can claim benefits

Government cuts threaten integrity of the justice system, warns charity

CSAN are concerned that proposed government cuts will undermine the dignity of prisoners

Caritas supports Lords over child benefit cap

Blocking Government reforms was “vital to protect children facing poverty”

Archbishop says cuts are hitting the vulnerable the hardest

Archbishop Nichols urges MPs and peers to listen to experts in the field of Catholic social care

Seminar focuses on justice

Caritas Social Action Network holds one-day seminary on criminal justice

Archbishop calls Big Society vision ‘an opportunity’

His view contrasts with those of Dr Rowan Williams, who this week described the Big Society as a ‘painfully stale slogan’

Social action discussed

Archbishop Nichols and Archbishop Kelly address a conference in Liverpool organised by Caritas Social Action Network