Join our ‘Climate Change – Where’s the Justice?’ webinar on Wednesday 24th September 2014 at 1pm GMT for an insight into the United Nation’s Climate Summit, a discussion on why climate change matters, and a look at how we as local communities around the world can call for climate justice.
Church leaders and agency workers in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone are calling for increased prayer and practical support as they struggle to contain the Ebola outbreak.
The Archbishop of Uganda, Most Revd Stanley Ntagali, has released a video demonstrating his leadership, alongside many other Anglican Primates and Bishops, on preventing malaria in his country. You can view the video here.
A news report from the Diocese of Egypt, as the Harpur Memorial Hospital opens in Menouf to treat Hepatitis C and its complications.
Paulo Ueti, Anglican Alliance Regional Facilitator for Latin America and the Caribbean, reports here on a workshop with indigenous women in Gambia, Colombia, to facilitate learning on economic empowerment and gender-based violence through Contextual Bible Studies.
L’Eglise Episcopalienne du Soudan-Sud et du Soudan (EESSS) poursuit son œuvre d’inspiration humanitaire pour secourir les communautés touchées par le conflit au Soudan Sud, et demande maintenant à la Communion Anglicane de soutenir leur appel pour la phase II. Les Nations Unies ont averti qu’il s’agissait de la pire crise alimentaire au monde et qu’elle risquait de se transformer en famine.
Across the Anglican Communion people are adding their voices to the Oceans of Justice petition, in support of Pacific Islanders who are calling on the Australian Government to take action on climate change.
Archbishop Francisco da Silva, the Primate of Brazil, the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby, and the Primate of Australia Philip Freier, are among those joining the worldwide call for prayer as Christians and minority groups are forced from their homes and the conflict in Iraq continues.
Paulo Ueti, Anglican Alliance Regional Facilitator for Latin America and the Caribbean, joined Episcopal Relief & Development and the Anglican Service of Diaconia and Development in Colombia to facilitate workshops and share best practice on development themes.
Churches across West Africa are calling on the Anglican Communion to pray for those affected by the Ebola virus as it continues to spread across the region.