Taking care of business
Poverty and hunger don't happen by accident: they are man-made injustices. People are kept hungry, powerless and locked in poverty by global rules, practices and behaviours that only benefit the few. It doesn't have to be this way.
SCIAF works in solidarity with those living in poverty and acts as a voice for justice; challenging the practices and behaviours that cause poverty and hunger in the first place.
The Social Teaching of the Catholic Church offers a fresh perspective on business practices; suggesting that integral human development and human dignity must be placed at the heart of all our policy-making.
With this in mind, and using the experience of SCIAF partners in Colombia, this document explores the role of big business and its impact on people living in poverty and on our planet.
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