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IAWN Newsletter November 2010

16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence Campaign

As we approach the annual 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence, this edition of IAWN News focuses on news and resources concerned with gender based violence and its elimination.

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15 NOV 2010 399 KB

Compass Points Sept 2010

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24 SEP 2010 848 KB

IAWN report to the Standing Committee, July 2010

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12 JUL 2010 148 KB

Newsletter: The Family and Trafficking

The Family and Trafficking Trafficking

is a world-wide problem, driven by the same forces that drive the globalisation of markets, with no lack of demand and supply. In varying degrees and circumstances, men, women and children all over the world are victims of what has become a modern day slave trade. Almost every country of the world is affected either as a source, transit, and/or destination country for women, children and men trafficked for the purposes of sexual or labour exploitation. This Newsletter looks at Anglican and other Christian initiatives across the world, such as the Anglican Church of Southern Africa's response to increased trafficking around the Football World Cup, raising awareness in rural communities in India, and the care and support of

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12 JUL 2010 1.08 MB

Compass Points May 2010

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28 MAY 2010 1.44 MB

IAWN Newsletter May 2010

Anglican Women at UNCSW 54

At the invitation of the Anglican Observer at the United Nations, Ms Hellen Wangusa, more than 80 women from across the Anglican Communion formed the Anglican Consultative Council delegation to the 54th meeting of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women held in New York, 1 – 12 March, 2010.

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17 MAY 2010 141 KB

Newsletter: Reconciliation and the Family

Reconciliation and the Family

The Church preaches a Gospel of reconciliation. But what work does it do to help alleviate breakdown in relationships and discord within families and society? This newsletter helps to answer this question, with articles from Archbishop Desmond Tutu, bishops from the Congo and Mozambique, the Melanesian Brotherhood, parish priests in Argentina and Kenya, church workers and organisations in Israel, Ireland, Hong Kong, Columbia, Canada, Australia and England. There are amazing stories of forgiveness from people who have suffered horrific violence; of patient work to help parents whose relationship is breaking down and to support their children; of schemes to turn swords into ploughshares; and of efforts to help child soldiers, who ar

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08 MAR 2010 825 KB

Compass Points Jan 2010

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29 JAN 2010 1.41 MB

IAWN Newsletter December 2009

This is the first of what we hope will be regular IAWN newsletters, telling your stories and
sharing your experiences, hopes and prayers for the future. I

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14 DEC 2009 609 KB

Newsletter: Death and the Family

Death and the Family

This is a difficult subject. The articles in this newsletter tell of how the churches in many parts of the Anglican Communion seek to respond to death. There are stories of almost unbearable grief and loss: both on a personal scale within families and where large-scale disaster through war or hurricane brings tragedy to whole communities. But the newsletter also tells of Christian faith and hope, of compassion and help for the bereaved, and people facing the pain of separation from their loved ones and clinging on to belief in the risen Christ.

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02 NOV 2009 628 KB