The Anglican Alliance joins church leaders and others around the world in welcoming the COP21 Paris Agreement as the first universal commitment to comprehensive action on climate change.
Hope Africa, the relief and development arm of the Anglican Church of Southern Africa, is reaching out through the Anglican Alliance on behalf of communities severely affected by a harsh drought.
Ahead of the Church of England General Synod debate, the Anglican mission agency Us (formerly USPG) hosted a breakfast event with speakers offering first-hand accounts of how the Anglican church is responding to the refugee crisis in Europe.
Two COP21 pilgrims talk about what motivated them to journey to the UN Climate Summit in Paris on foot and by bicycle.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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).
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.