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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

Newsletter: The Impact of Globalisation on Families and Communities

The Impact of Globalisation on Families and Communities.

This newsletter follows the consultation organised by the Family Network in co-operation with the Anglican Church of Korea and held in Seoul n 2007. It includes articles based on papers presented by several of the delegates. These tell of the impact of global economic forces on families in Korea, Hong Kong, Japan, The Philippines, Singapore and Australia, with the growth in the numbers of women and men working away from their homes and the resulting pressure on them and their families. The article from The Philippines shows how the bride trade, with women seeking to escape poverty through marriage abroad, can result in their exploitation and abuse. Additional articles from Argentina, Bangladesh and UK make clear that

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07 APR 2008 87 KB

Report to the Anglican Consultative Council 2008

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18 FEB 2008 96 KB

Violence and the Family - Report

Report of the consultation held in Seoul, South Korea 19–25 October 2007

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17 JAN 2008 71 KB

Newsletter: The Impact of HIV/AIDS on Children

The Impact of HIV/AIDS on Children 

It is estimated that worldwide some 15 million children have already lost one or more parents to the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Apart from the devastating effects of bereavement, many orphaned children have to cope with the care of siblings while others are themselves infected by the virus which can be transmitted to them at their birth. In some parts of the Anglican Communion, the statistics are known and horrifying; in others the known numbers are small but the problems of combating ignorance and stigma are huge. In this newsletter, stories from many different Provinces of the Anglican Communion reveal the terrible disparity of provision for children affected by HIV/AIDS, but all tell of faithful work being done to protect and help them: education p

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07 JAN 2008 93 KB

2007- TEAM Conference

APJN strongly endorsed and supported the TEAM conference - Towards Effective Anglican Mission - by participating in the planning and sending representatives to the event held in Boksburg, South Africa in March, 2007, and is cooperating in the implementation of its recommendations, especially in the area of conflict transformation.

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19 DEC 2007 288 KB

Compass Points Advent 2007

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30 NOV 2007 586 KB

2007- Towards Peace in Korea

APJN has had as a priority of its concerns the reunification of the Korean Peninsula since its meeting in Seoul in 1998. The Anglican wide peace conference held in November 2008 was an outgrowth, in part, of APJN advocacy over the past decade

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22 NOV 2007 46 KB

2005 - Report of APJN Deliberations in Jerusalem

2005 marked the Anglican Peace and Justice Network's 20th anniversary. Its meeting in Jerusalem in September 2004 brought it full circle to its first full meeting which also took place in the City of Peace in 1985.

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08 OCT 2007 4.47 MB