A Quaker Lobby in the Public Interest
Our country’s security is now tied more closely than ever to the security of the other nations. Threats to shared security come from transnational organizations, diseases, scarcity or climate as often as from sovereign nations. In this context, the countries of the world need to work together.
This brochure is an introduction to FCNL and our work.
Margery Post-Abbott discusses the history and current practice of Quaker engagement with the government. This booklet includes an in-depth discussion of lobbying as spiritual practice.
The bimonthly FCNL Washington Newsletter provides news and analysis for a selection of domestic and international issues with a primary focus on peace, disarmament, international cooperation, and social and economic justice.
The Indian Report is released semiannually and provides an in-depth look at Native American issues.
Year after year, around 40 cents of every income tax dollar goes to the Pentagon and related spending. Use this flyer to start conversations about our budget priorities.
your relationship and share your concerns
with your elected officials are through
emails, letters, faxes, and phone calls.
Congressional offices receive thousands
of communications a month. How
can you increase the chance that your
message will get noticed?
Meeting with your members of Congress or their staff
and developing a personal relationship are the
most effective ways to influence the legislators’
positions on an issue.