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Document Pentecost message 2012
Message of the presidents of the World Council of Churches at Pentecost 2012
Located in Resources / Documents / WCC presidents
Document Churches' Compassionate Response to HIV and AIDS
Located in Resources / / Commission of the Churches on International Affairs / Human rights and Impunity
Document Christmas for the HIV positive, affected and at-risk
The author of this Christmas piece, the Rev. Canon Dr Gideon B. Byamugisha, came to know of his HIV positive status in 1992 after losing his dear wife, Kellen, to an abrupt pneumonia linked to HIV. Currently he is goodwill ambassador on HIV & AIDS (Christian Aid) and scholar-in-residence at the Queen's Foundation for Ecumenical Theological Education, Birmingham, UK.
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Document 2015 World AIDS Day Service
World AIDS Day is Dec. 1 each year. This service helps us remember people who have died from AIDS-related illnesses and people living with HIV; a time to give thanks for progress that has been made and to reflect on what still needs to be done.
Located in Resources / / Diakonia / EAA
Document WCC-EAA statement at the Human Rights Council
Presented by the Ecumenical Advocacy Alliance to the HRC Panel Session on Human Rights and HIV.
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Document Dignity, freedom and grace, Christian perspectives on HIV and AIDS
Speech given by Dr Gillian Paterson at the WCC-EAA launch of the Dignity, freedom and grace, 10 March 2016.
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Document Live the Promise HIV Campaign update December 2016
An update on 2016 activities and ongoing actions for the Live the Promise HIV campaign.
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Document Call to Action: Act now for children and adolescents living with HIV
Through this Call to Action, religious leaders and leaders of faith-based organizations remind governments of their commitments agreed in the June 2016 United Nations’ Political Declaration on HIV and AIDS that there should be “special emphasis on providing 1.6 million children (0-14 years of age) with antiretroviral therapy by 2018,” while also committing themselves to act for children living with HIV and tuberculosis.
Located in Resources / / EAA / Live the Promise
Document Action Alert: Become a Champion for Children
The World Council of Churches - Ecumenical Advocacy Alliance is looking for Religious Leaders and representatives of faith-based organizations who are willing to become Champions for Children and Adolescents Living with HIV!
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Document World AIDS Day 2017 – Call for Prayers and Reflections for Children and Adolescents Living with HIV
The World Council of Churches - Ecumenical Advocacy Alliance is seeking prayers and reflections on the rights of children and adolescents living with HIV to have access to prevention, testing, treatment, care and support.
Located in Resources / / EAA / Live the Promise