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Compass Points Michaelmas 2009

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30 OCT 2009 1.62 MB

Newsletter: Valuing our Elders

Valuing our Elders

This is the latest IAFN newsletter to be published and includes articles from Africa, Argentina, Hong Kong, India, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, West Indies, Australia, Canada, Malaysia, the Anglican Indigenous Network and the UK. The newsletter celebrates the value age can bring while also highlighting the importance of facing the realities of age and ageing and describing projects which work to provide support for those who need it. An example of creative ageing is embodied in the cover picture of a Canadian woman, 75 years old at the time of the photograph, who published her autobiography in her 90s and continued to visit elderly people when aged 100.

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13 JUL 2009 648 KB

Anglican Indigenous Network: Full report from the Hawai'i 2009 Meeting

With the excused absence of two members of the Canadian delegation, this 11th gathering of AIN was fully attended by all its member delegations. The gathering was held at the Kilauea Military Camp Retreat, Volcano National Parks on the island of Hawai‘i, from April 23 to 27, 2009.

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28 APR 2009 93 KB

Report to the ACC on Progress on resolution ACC 13-31, April 2009

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13 APR 2009 756 KB

Report to the Anglican Consultative Council 2009

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26 MAR 2009 219 KB

Newsletter: Investing in Childhood

Investing in Childhood

2009 sees the 20th anniversary of the UN Convention of the Rights of the Child, and the 30th of the Year of the Child (1979). What progress has been made investing in those things which work for a more child-friendly world? The articles in this newsletter, drawn from many countries, present a sombre picture. Our investment in the growing trees of the forest (the children) remains woefully inadequte. But many of the stories also tell of resilience and courage; of projects starting from very small seeds which have grown to bring encouragement, support and education to many - girls as well as boys; and of work being done by followers of Jesus who, despite the odds, have not lost hope.

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09 MAR 2009 3.57 MB

Compass Points Michaelmas 2008

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31 OCT 2008 3.21 MB

2008 - Community Transformation: Violence and the Church's Response

The Anglican Peace and Justice Network held its triennial meeting in Rwanda and Burundi from 25 September to 3 October, 2007. This report describes the moving testimony received there as well as deliberations concerning the Anglican Communion's role in conflict resolution throughout the world. Other international issues and efforts are also highlighted in the 64-page report, well-illustrated with photos 

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01 SEP 2008 2.94 MB

Newsletter: Helping Families - A Vital Part of the Churches' Mission

Helping Families - A Vital Part of the Churches' Mission

The International Anglican Family Network is a well established network of the Anglican Communion which has been in existence for over 20 years. Through its newsletters, which from 1996 to 2007 have been published as an integral part of Anglican World, it links together many thousands of Anglican Christians working in family ministries across the world. Each newsletter focuses on a particular theme, many of them linked with the Millennium Development Goals (for full list of publications see our website www.iafn.net). The articles are contributed by a wide range of people - clerical and lay, men and women - from many different Provinces. They tell not only of particular challenges facing families but of

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07 JUL 2008 85 KB

Communiqué de la réunion du Réseau francophone à Aylesford Friary, Angleterre, du 1er au 4 Juillet 2008

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04 JUL 2008 227 KB