AFSC has more than a century of experience working with communities across the globe. In our policy and advocacy work, we bring these perspectives to the U.S. capital, United Nations, and other policy bodies.
The Office of Public Policy and Advocacy (OPPA) leads coordinated local, regional, and national actions in support of U.S. policy change.
The Africa Public Education and Advocacy (PEA) Program works for the shared security of all people — in Africa and worldwide.
The Africa Quaker International Affairs (QIAR) Program brings key actors in peace together to create change. We achieve this through nonviolent action, peacebuilding, diplomacy, and advocacy.
The Asia Public Education and Advocacy (PEA) Program amplifies the voices of AFSC's Asia partners in the U.S. policy making process.
The Middle East U.S. Activism and Leadership Development Program works to change U.S. policies regarding conflict in the Middle East.
62 faith orgs call for Pentagon budget cuts in 2024 budget cycle
62 faith orgs call for Pentagon budget cuts in 2024 budget cycleMar 14, 2023
In major win for humanitarian orgs, U.S. Government expands humanitarian aid access to sanctioned countriesDec 20, 2022
AFSC calls on U.S.-Africa Summit to address armed conflict, COVID-19, climate change, food shortages and famineDec 12, 2022
Status of DACA, and what it means for immigrant youth
The Fifth Circuit Court has ruled that the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program is unlawful – a decision that will deeply impact the lives of thousands of immigrant youth. Join AFSC policy and program staff to learn what this decision means for current DACA recipients, the future of the program, and what you can do to advocate for a pathway to citizenships for all immigrants.