The strong call to work for environmental justice from the Anglican Consultative Council at its meeting in Lusaka, Zambia, last month has strengthened the Anglican Alliance’s ongoing focus on building a just and sustainable world.
The Anglican Communion in Japan is drawing on its experience of the 2011 tsunami to respond to the powerful earthquakes that struck the island nation last month.
Anglican churches are prioritising advocacy and practical responses to El Niño’s increasingly devastating impact on food security in the southern and central parts of Africa, says the Anglican Alliance’s facilitator in the region.
The Anglican Alliance shared its five-year journey of transformation when it reported to ACC-16 this week together with colleagues in the Anglican Communion Office Mission Cluster.
The Anglican Alliance has joined people across the Anglican Communion in offering prayers and support for the Church of Pakistan (United) as it stands by the victims of the terrorist attack on Easter Day.
Anglican development, Church Community Mobilisation and Mothers’ Union leaders in East and Central Africa are taking steps to make their work more inclusive of people with disabilities following a workshop organised by the Anglican Alliance and the Council of Anglican Provinces in Africa in Kigali, Rwanda, last month.
Looking to Easter, Anglican Alliance Co-Executive Director Andy Bowerman reflects on being named and living so that each person can become new creations in Christ, fully alive through the hope of the resurrection.
How Anglicans from Cyprus and the Gulf are responding to the needs of refugees and migrants on Europe’s doorstep.
The Anglican Alliance is lifting up a call for prayer for Burundi amid its current political crisis. Reports indicate that the situation is deeply concerning and remains tense and unpredictable despite high level visits to mediate a settlement.
Anglicans across the European continent are joining in the Communion-wide initiative to end human trafficking. The Diocese in Europe is equipping its often largely expatriate congregations for work with unfamiliar legal and police systems through training and links with local projects.