Speaking at the Peterskirche, the University Church of Heidelberg, on 27 October, WCC general secretary Rev. Dr Olav Fykse Tveit said the Reformation can only be commemorated properly if the remembrance is done in a modus of mutual accountability.
Dr Samuel Kabue, an ordained elder of the Presbyterian Church of East Africa, has been the person behind the solid work of the Ecumenical Disability Advocates Network over the past years. On 6 October, he was interviewed by WCC communications, in Geneva, and talked about his memoirs, “From the Village to the World”, the importance of inclusiveness and the loud prophetic voice of the minorities in church and society.
Progress and current challenges in eliminating global statelessness were discussed during a public event at the UNHCR’s headquarters in Geneva on 27 October, marking the second anniversary of the global #IBelong campaign.
03 - 04 November 2016 European Reformation Roadmap launch
04 November 2016 Webinar on Global Campaign to End Statelessness
08 - 12 November 2016 Youth Engagement in Social Justice in Latin America
18 - 25 January 2017 Week of Prayer for Christian Unity