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Report to the Anglican Consultative Council 2006

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06 MAR 2006 36 KB

Newsletter: Families and Health

Families and Health (Newyear 2005/2006) 

contains articles from a wide range of countries in Africa, Asia and parts of the Western world telling of the efforts to combat malaria and malnutrition and work to promote understanding of HIV/AIDS and to prevent its spread.

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09 JAN 2006 118 KB

Compass Points Advent 2005

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28 OCT 2005 944 KB

Newsletter: Women and Poverty

Women and Poverty (Trinity 2005)

tells of "the feminine face of poverty" and shows how women are often the most afflicted by poverty because of factors such as their lack of economic power; skills and status and the need to care for their families. Yet women's voices have not often been sought or listened to. In this newsletter, articles from the Democratic Republic of Congo, Zambia, Uganda, South Africa, Brazil, Burma, India, Bangladesh, Israel, USA and UK enable the voices of some women to be heard.

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12 SEP 2005 400 KB

Report to the Anglican Consultative Council 2005

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13 JUN 2005 133 KB

Compass Points Easter 2005

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29 APR 2005 89 KB

Newsletters: Families at the Frontiers of Faith

Families at the Frontiers of Faith (Eastertide 2005

This newsletter shows how many people face up to inter faith issues in family life, in inter faith marriages, in bringing up young people in an inter faith context. Projects and individuals in Jerusalem, Sri Lanka, South Korea, Indonesia and UK work to break down the religious barriers and develop understanding of a common humanity.

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11 APR 2005 103 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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26 MAR 2005 4.47 MB

Progress report on Resolution ACC 13-31, 2006

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03 MAR 2005 40 KB

Newsletter: Moving Families

Moving Families (Michaelmas/Advent 2004/2005

tells the stories of people displaced from their homes by violence: in the Sudan and the Congo, Burma and Kosovo. Articles reveal the struggle to re-settle in a new land, often not knowing whether close family members are alive or dead. The newsletter also has articles about migrant workers in China, the Philippines and Hong Kong telling of their exploitation and encouraging action by churches and Christians to welcome and support them. The final section is about travelling families - the difficulties of gypsies in UK and the rapid changes to the life of nomads in the Sinai desert.

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20 DEC 2004 127 KB