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Compass Points Feb 2014

28 FEB 2014 910 KB

IAWN Newsletter February 2014

Mandela: A Journey Well Travelled

Nelson Mandela, statesman, world icon, left us December 5, 2013 – aged 95, his long walk to freedom finally ended. Born in a village outside Mthatha, Madiba (his clan name) dedicated his whole life to fighting for the rights of all people in his country

10 FEB 2014 380 KB

Generous Love: The truth of the Gospel and the call to dialogue

An Anglican theology of inter faith relations

Foreword by Dr Rowan D. Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury

ISBN 978-0-9558261-0-86 £2.00 a report from the Anglican Communion Network for Inter Faith Concerns published by the Anglican Consultative Council

01 JAN 2014 205 KB

Newsletter: Church Response to Domestic Abuse

Church Response to Domestic Abuse

Published to help mark the 16 Days of Activism against Violence against Women, the IAFN newsletter on the theme of Church Responses to Domestic Abuse shows both the scope and international extent of such abuse within families and the growing efforts now being made by churches and faith organisations to combat it.

Instead of dismissing physical violence and coercive control as a "private matter" or part of a culture, work is being done on the causes of such violence.

11 NOV 2013 1.12 MB

IAWN Newsletter October 2013

Women’s Voices at AACC Assembly

The 10th General Assembly of the All Africa Conference of Churches (AACC) coincided with the celebration of its golden jubilee in the town it was born -Kampala, Uganda.

14 OCT 2013 1.11 MB

Compass Points July 2013

19 JUL 2013 1.04 MB

IAWN Newsletter July 2013

Creating a future of equal, respectful relationships

As people of Christian faith, we know in the deepest way that as women and men, girls and boys we are cherished and equal before God

15 JUL 2013 568 KB

Newsletter: Birth Registration: Church Responses

Birth Registration: Church Responses

 Churches can help families to overcome obstacles to birth registration. The stories in this newsletter show how this can be done. Why should churches care about this? Because children who are not registered at birth may not have access to education, health care, and other benefits of citizenship.

In Uganda, Mozambique and Madagascar, successful partnerships between UNICEF and the Mothers' Union have resulted in thousands more children obtaining birth certificates. This not only opens many doors for them but provides a more accurate database of statistics which assists governments and civic authorities in their task of providing vital services.

10 JUN 2013 1.54 MB

Rapport de l’Université anglicane du Congo, saison de Pâques, 2013

The Academic year 2012-2013 started on 17 October 2012 with a new intake of about 200 students and the faculties that enrolled more are Psychology and Education Sciences, Polytechnics and Applied Sciences, while the faculties of Theology and Economics got a few. Today, we have in all 270 students, continuing and new ones, both men and women.

13 MAY 2013 289 KB

Mai 2013 : Rapport synthèse de l’Église anglicane du Congo : Archidiaconé de Brazzaville et ses perspectives

L’Archidiaconé du Congo Brazzaville existe depuis les années 1997 par le truchement du Vénérable Raymond BANZOUZI en provenance de la République Démocratique du Congo et un groupe de Réfugiés Rwandais Anglicans. A ce moment-là, Kinshasa et Brazzaville étaient encore sous la supervision du Diocèse de Kisangani.

13 MAY 2013 740 KB