At a high-level round table meeting in Washington, DC, the Anglican Alliance shared on significant research on conflict prevention that has been conducted in collaboration with the University of Coventry and the Archbishop of Canterbury’s reconciliation ministry.
Revd Terrie Robinson, Director for Women in Church & Society at the Anglican Communion Office, reports from New York where a delegation of 19 Anglican Communion women are calling for strong action to remove blocks to gender equality.
Faith Rowold, Communications Officer at Episcopal Relief & Development, shares how the Anglican Church responded to the earthquake and tsunami that struck eastern Japan on March 11, 2001. The Anglican Alliance were in contact with the church and helped to coordinate the relief response.
No Webinar foram discutidas várias questões que envolvem as igrejas de fala portuguesa e suas realidades. Como um dos resultados do Webinar, o grupo reunido em Recife decidiu criar a Rede Lusófona da Comunhão Anglicana para continuar trocando experiências, recursos e colaborando na missão e desenvolvimento para que o Reino de Deus seja cada vez mais presente e a vida mais plena.
On International Women’s Day 2015, the women of South Sudan speak out: “As the women of South Sudan, we abhor tribalism and the division it causes. We therefore call upon all the women of South Sudan from all walks of life to forge a common agenda for peace.”
In a statement on their website, the women of the Episcopal Church of Sudan & South Sudan (ECSSS) say:
Anglican representatives from across South Asia met in Colombo, Sri Lanka, to discuss regional priorities for development, relief and advocacy, and how they can support each other in their work.
Sunday 8th March 2015 marks International Women’s Day, when communities worldwide will celebrate the role of women in society and call on world leaders to take action for women’s empowerment and gender equality.
Delegates at the Anglican Alliance’s first Lusophone meeting in Recife, Brazil, made this declaration, committing to building relationships and sharing knowledge across the Anglican Communion.
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“p1″>Feedback from group sessions today revealed the extensive learning and network-building that the Lusophone consultation in Brazil has fostered in the first two days of meetings.
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