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Document Churches Recommit to Accelerate HIV Response
With this letter issued at its Central Committee meeting in Trondheim, the WCC reaffirmed its commitment to eliminating AIDS as a public health threat by 2030.
Located in Resources / / WCC Central Committee / Trondheim, 2016
Document AIDS and the Churches
Adopted by the WCC Executive Committee’s at its meeting in Reykjavik, Iceland 15-19 September 1986
Located in Resources / / WCC Executive Committee / 1986
Document Churches' response to human sexuality
Located in Resources / / Porto Alegre, 2006 / 3. Preparatory and background documents
Document Padare offerings
Located in Resources / / WCC Central Committee / Geneva, 2002
Document Hearings
Located in Resources / / WCC Central Committee / Geneva, 2003
Document GEN 14 Aide memoire World Council of Churches and human sexuality
This paper is a development of a draft prepared by Alan Falconer and Martin Robra to describe the ethos of the Padares at the Eighth General Assembly of the World Council of Churches in Harare (1998). It continues to be the underlying understanding for the deliberative sessions of the WCC Central Committee.
Located in Resources / / Geneva, 2005 / Reports and Documents
Document PLEN 2 Plenary outline: Ecumenical Conversation on contemporary ethical challenges: human sexuality
Located in Resources / / Geneva, 2005 / Reports and Documents
Document Working with people living with HIV/AIDS organizations
This document has been written to accompany World Council of Churches, Partnerships between Churches and People Living with HIV/AIDS Organizations: Guidelines, (2005). Whereas the partnership document explores the question of why churches should work with People Living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) organizations and networks, this document has a focus on how churches may work with PLWHA organizations and networks. For example: What issues do you need to think about? What are the needs of PLWHA? How should you interact PLWHA? It is hoped that this document of practical suggestions will assist in helping make partnerships functional and effective.
Located in Resources / / EHAIA / World Council of Churches - statements and studies
Document Working with people living with HIV/AIDS organizations
Located in Resources / / HIV/AIDS / WCC statements and studies