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Voices of pilgrims on Cop 21 climate justice Pilgrimage to Paris
27 November 2015
Two COP21 pilgrims talk about what motivated them to journey to the UN Climate Summit in Paris on foot and by bicycle.
Taking the voices of climate change to COP21
25 November 2015
The Anglican Alliance is taking the long road to the United Nations climate change conference (COP21) in Paris next week. Alliance Co-Executive Director the Revd Andy Bowerman talks about his choice to go there by bicycle and the precious cargo he will be carrying in his saddlebags.
Webinar on forced displacement, trafficking and slavery in Central America
24 November 2015
The Anglican Alliance and Foundation Cristosal are inviting participants to a Spanish-English webinar led from Central and Latin America today on forced displacement, trafficking, and slavery.
Anglican partners in Latin America ‘galvanised for action’ on gender justice
23 November 2015
Anglicans in Latin America and the Caribbean are readying to take concerted action together with other faith leaders to remove barriers to gender justice in their region.
Caribbean: Spotlight on disaster preparation following Tropical Storm Erika
17 November 2015
The Diocese of North Eastern Caribbean & Aruba (NECA) in the Church in the Province of the West Indies is looking to tap into effective strategies in disaster risk reduction and management as part of the response to Tropical Storm Erika on the island of Dominica.
Pray and reflect with the pilgrimage to Paris
13 November 2015
The Anglican Alliance is urging people across the Communion to join in a pilgrimage of reflection and prayer for climate justice on the way to the UN climate summit in Paris (COP21).
Brazilian Church responds to floods, notes climate change impact
13 November 2015
The Episcopal Anglican Church of Brazil (IEAB) is assisting families who have lost their homes following torrential rain and flooding in the southern state of Rio Grande do Sul, the Anglican Alliance has learned.
Anglican Church in the Bahamas responding to Hurricane Joaquin
02 November 2015
In the Bahamas, the Church in the Province of the West Indies is providing relief, trauma counselling and education in the wake of Hurricane Joaquin, and is mobilising to help communities rebuild, the Anglican Alliance has learned.
Anglicans renew commitment to be ‘doers of the Word’, standing with the vulnerable to safeguard Creation
27 October 2015
Anglicans from Brazil and Canada have joined community and church leaders from five countries in renewing a commitment to root theology in standing with vulnerable populations to protect the integrity of God’s Creation.
Anglican panel of experts share experiences on International Day for Disaster Reduction
13 October 2015
On International Day for Disaster Reduction the Anglican Alliance are pleased to share a blog post from Episcopal Relief & Development gathering experiences from an Anglican international panel of experts on using the Pastors and Disasters toolkit.