29 June 2015 Anglican Alliance welcomes faith leadership on climate change action

This June, world Christian leaders have made an inspirational call for decisive action on climate change. The Archbishop of Canterbury, with other faith leaders, signed the Lambeth Declaration and also spoke out together with the Ecumenical Patriarch on climate justice. In the same week, the Pope issued his landmark encyclical letter on ecology, reflecting on humanity’s relationship with the planet and on issues of climate justice.

17 June 2015 Join the Anglican Alliance on the People’s Pilgrimage to Paris

Anglican Alliance co-Director, Andy Bowerman, is joining the People’s Pilgrimage to Paris to encourage world leaders to take decisive action on climate change when they meet in Paris in December. People are being encouraged to sign up from all over the globe – and if at all possible they are being asked to walk or ride to the French capital. Here Andy Bowerman gives some personal reflections on why he is joining the pilgrimage.

2 June 2015 Empowering marginalized women and young people to engage governance.

The Anglican Alliance’s initiated economic empowerment programme funded by the Commonwealth Foundation has concluded successfully with the formation of a cooperative for low-income women in the remote village of Kanaynagar in Bangladesh.
It is the first time that such a cooperative has been formed comprising women from across the parish – Christian and Muslim together. Kanaynagar Parish is situated in a coastal area of the country and has been significantly impacted by climate change.

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