As part of the action/2015 movement, the Anglican Alliance is joining the call on governments worldwide to use their weight to demand action on poverty, inequality and climate change at crucial negotiations next week in New York.
An online event hosted by the Anglican Alliance will bring together members of the We Will Speak Out coalition and global faith leaders to discuss how to mobilise churches in ending sexual and gender-based violence. You are invited to join them in the webinar and take part in the discussion.
A pioneering piece of academic research aims to investigate links between human trafficking/modern slavery and the global activities of the UK’s FTSE 100 companies – with a view to highlighting best practice so that lives can be saved.
Emerging global issues, urban mission and the next steps for the Advisory Council were all on the agenda for the final day of meetings.
Ecumenical congregation lays hands on new Prior and Community Director during service at Lambeth Palace. Original article at www.archbishopofcanterbury.org
A visit to microfinance projects in Kenya reveals entrepreneurship, innovation and integration of the church in community development.
This week members of the international Advisory Council for the Anglican Alliance are meeting in Kenya to discuss the work of the Anglican Communion in development, relief and advocacy.
‘Pray and Fast for the Climate’ and join Anglicans and other Christians worldwide on the 1st of every month as we pray for future generations and for those most impacted by climate change.
Torrential rains are battering Madagascar, Malawi, Mozambique and Zimbabwe and leaving thousands displaced. Anglican Churches are responding and ask for your prayers and support as they provide shelter and relief.
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.