World Council of Churches

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Activity JWG with the Roman Catholic Church
Among those churches which are not members of the WCC, the most notable is the Roman Catholic Church (RCC). Since 1965 a Joint Working Group, co-sponsored by the WCC and the RCC, has met regularly to discuss issues of common interest and promote cooperation.
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Activity Migration and social justice
The WCC supports churches' networking and advocacy with uprooted people, and their efforts to explore the links between migration, racism and interfaith relations.
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Activity Commission on World Mission and Evangelism
The CWME offers spaces for sharing reflections, experiences, questions and discoveries on content and methods of Christian witness today.
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Activity Ecumenical Disability Advocates Network (EDAN)
Advocating for the participation of persons with disabilities in the spiritual, social and development life of church and society
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Activity Joint Consultative Group between the WCC and Pentecostals
The Joint Consultative Group between the WCC and Pentecostals (JCG) was set up following a decision of the WCC Assembly in Harare 1998.
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Activity Solidarity with Indigenous Peoples
The WCC is a committed and consistent partner for Indigenous Peoples in their struggles for land, identity, language and survival of indigenous cultures.
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Document Greetings to the Primates of the Anglican Communion
Greetings sent from the WCC general secretary Rev. Dr Olav Fykse Tveit on 13 January, to the Primates of the Anglican Communion.
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Activity Ecumenical perspectives on mission and unity
This project brings the WCC's specific ecumenical perspective and experience to international dialogue and debate on mission and evangelism in the 21st century.
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Activity Commission on Faith and Order
The Faith and Order Commission promotes visible unity of Christians by dealing with theological questions that divide churches.
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Activity Mission from the margins
As an expression of its commitment to justice, human dignity and liberation the WCC, since its inception, has been a reliable partner of discriminated and excluded people in their struggles. This is a theological activity with people who are exposed to racism, indigenous peoples, migrants, Dalits and people with disabilities.
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