Chris Herlinger

International correspondent

Chris Herlinger is GSR’s international correspondent and also writes on humanitarian and international issues for NCR. He has reported from South Sudan and Darfur, Sudan, as well as numerous other locales, including Haiti, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Israel and the Occupied Territories, Kenya and Ethiopia and Liberia. He is the co-author, with Paul Jeffrey, of books on Haiti and Darfur, published by Seabury, and a third, Food Fight: Struggling for Justice in a Hungry World, released September 2015.

Articles by Chris Herlinger

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Q & A with Sr. Joanna Chan, playwright who finds inspiration in the Gospels Mar 22, 2018 Story : Blog
Improvements come to Haiti slowly but surely Mar 12, 2018 Story : Blog
At UN development meetings, sisters present pathways to eradicate poverty Mar 8, 2018 Story : News
Q & A with two sisters and a volunteer serving at the Haiti-Dominican Republic border Feb 22, 2018 Story : Blog
Presidents Day takes place amid US struggles with division, identity Feb 19, 2018 Story : Blog
At Haitian-Dominican border, shelter protects children vulnerable to human trafficking Feb 5, 2018 Story : News
Q & A with Sr. Jean Quinn, bringing congregations together at the UN Jan 25, 2018 Story : Blog
One year into Trump presidency, US foreign policy frustrates UN sisters Jan 19, 2018 Story : News
Q & A with Sr. Jane Remson, teaching Laudato Si' to high school students Dec 27, 2017 Story : Blog
2017 was the year I started to take peace more seriously Dec 26, 2017 Story : Blog
Women religious, bishops denounce US withdrawal from UN talks on migration, refugees Dec 5, 2017 Story : News
Q & A with Sr. Leema Rose, training health professionals in a war environment Nov 28, 2017 Story : Blog
It is our duty to liberate people from poverty Nov 13, 2017 Story : Blog
Q & A with Sr. Joan Dawber, providing secure housing for victims of trafficking Oct 31, 2017 Story : Blog
Working without a lot of fanfare in a time of blaring self-promotion Oct 18, 2017 Story : Blog
Haiti's fragility of infrastructure, strength of people remain one year after Hurricane Matthew Oct 13, 2017 Story : News
Q & A with Sr. Carla Magnaghi, caring for people with disabilities in South Sudan Oct 5, 2017 Story : Blog
Ethnic minorities in South Sudan's camps face insecurity in warring nation Oct 5, 2017 Story : News
South Sudan's religious renew their strength amid civil war Sep 18, 2017 Story : News
In civil war, soldiers are the wild cards -- and tough to access Sep 15, 2017 Story : Blog
Q & A with Sr. Elizabeth Zwareva: 'When egoism ends, wars too will end' Sep 6, 2017 Story : Blog
Sisters urge US, North Korea to dialogue, disarm to resolve nuclear conflict Aug 16, 2017 Story : News
Q & A with Sr. Barbara Paleczny, helping South Sudanese overcome trauma Aug 10, 2017 Story : Blog
South Sudan village finds fragile hope in food endeavors Aug 7, 2017 Story : News
In development goals, sisters set a people-first example Jul 31, 2017 Story : Blog