AFSC experts are available for comment and background briefings for the media on a wide range of regional, national and global issues and policies and our programs. Given the dynamic nature of our work, the content listed here may change. If you are interested in a topic not listed below, please contact Alexis Moore at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 215-241-7060.
Corporate influence in politics | Presidential primaries
Youth| Dialogue and Exchange
Israel-Palestine | Economic Activism | Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions
Nuclear Disarmament | NATO | Asia Pacific Affairs
Privatization of Prisons | Prisoner Re-Entry | Solitary Confinement
U.S. engagement in the Middle East | Federal Military Spending | U.S. Foreign Military Assistance
Middle East | Afghanistan | Disaster/Humanitarian Response
Korean culture and society | International dialogue and exchange | Agriculture
Immigration | US/Mexico Border
Israel-Palestine | Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions | U.S. Militarism
Federal Budget | Military Spending
In 1947, AFSC was a co-recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, for our work “…from the nameless to the nameless….” on behalf of all Quakers.