We follow a God who tells us not to ‘be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind’ (Romans 12:2). So when we see inequality, and injustice we are reminded that things aren’t yet as they should be. That justice will abound, that creation will thrive and that everyone in […]
“The earth cannot survive without human beings taking care of it.” Video credit: Episcopal News Video
The EXPOSED campaign have launched two new videos which highlight the causes and impact of corruption.
The Archbishop of Canterbury today sent a video message to the Global Summit to End Sexual Violence in Conflict.
Tagolyn Kabekabe, the Anglican Alliance’s Facilitator for the Pacific, is at the C20 from 20-21 June to bring Anglican voices to world leaders.
A webinar hosted by the Anglican Alliance on 24th June 2014 brought in participants from every region of the Anglican Communion and encouraged them to call on world leaders and decision-makers to hear the voices of the world’s poorest. You can watch the webinar recording in the video on this page.
In this video the Archbishop of Uganda, Most Revd Stanley Ntagali, talks about the ‘Malaria Free Families 2020’ campaign to eliminate malaria across the nation by 2020.
The Episcopal Church of South Sudan & Sudan (ECSSS) has continued its inspirational humanitarian response to assist communities affected by the conflict in South Sudan.
If significant policy decisions are not made in 2015, poverty could increase for the first time in a generation. Join action/2015 to be a part of the solution – what the future looks like is up to us.