Faculty Learning Commons

Course Materials

The CRS Faculty Learning Commons (FLC) is an online learning community and curricular resource that highlights the latest strategies for global relief and development with special emphasis on the application of CRS’ justice lens and opportunities for building global solidarity.

Archived Course Materials

Explore our past CRS Faculty Learning Commons sessions for valuable resources on a range of topics.

Fall 2017 - Spring 2018

Module 1: Forced Migration & Catholic Social Teaching

Fall 2017 - Spring 2018

Module 2: Why Forced Migration? Conflict, Economics and Climate Change

Fall 2017 - Spring 2018

Module 3: The Facts and Current Debate about Unauthorized Immigration to the US

Fall 2017 - Spring 2018

Module 4: Assessing the Complex Realities of Migration

Fall 2017 - Spring 2018

Module 5: ACT Individually and Collectively on Behalf of Refugees, Internally Displaced People, and Migrants

Fall 2017 - Spring 2018

Global Migration Book and E-Book

Fall 2017 - Spring 2018

Migration Module Outline

Fall 2016-Spring 2017

Civil society, the Church & peace processes

Fall 2016-Spring 2017

After the Peace Accord: Transitional Justice and Reconciliation

Fall 2016-Spring 2017

Inter-religious Dialogue and Action

Fall 2016-Spring 2017

Special Peacebuilding Interview Series

Fall 2016-Spring 2017

What is Peacebuilding and what is Catholic about it?

Spring 2016

Fair Trade Impact: Coffee as a Case Study

Spring 2016

Fair Trade and Ethical Trade: State of the Movement

Fall 2015

Session 2 - Climate Change in the World’s Most Vulnerable Places - Innovations in Adaptation

Fall 2015

Session 1: The Road to Paris and Beyond - A Primer on Climate Change Policy, Action, and Ethics

Spring 2015

Session II: ICT4D – Better Business

Spring 2015

Session I: ICT4D- Healthier Communities

Fall 2014

Session II: Climate Change and Food Security in the World’s Most Vulnerable Regions

Fall 2014

Session I: Unpacking Food Security

Spring 2014

Session II: Sex Trafficking

Spring 2014

Session I: The Case of Forced Labor