Agents of Change


Agents of Change – equipping global Anglicans on the frontline of community development.

Agents of Change is an Anglican Alliance distance learning programme originally developed with the UK’s Open University. It gives students the skills and knowledge to facilitate development activities in their local community.

At the moment, we’re revising the Agents of Change programme following a two-year pilot. Test sessions on the new modules are happening this year.

Look for the new and improved Agents of Change programme in early 2017!

Here’s what Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby has to say about the programme:

“The Agents of Change programme is one of the most exciting innovations from the Anglican Alliance. The modules focus on vital areas of community development, grounded in academic rigour.

“I hear that participants talk of being themselves transformed as they seek to transform their communities, working together with the poorest and most vulnerable. Bonds of fellowship are developing across the Anglican Communion. Together people are discovering a shared vision and mutual inspiration in responding to God’s call to build his Kingdom in the here and now.”

Existing students and mentors

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