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Document Keynote speech by Mutale Mulenga-Kaunda
Keynote speech "Transforming Disciples, Transforming the Future: Young African Women and the Search for a Liberated Future", at CWME in Arusha, Tanzania.
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Document Interrogating and Redefining Power - Consultation of Younger Theologians from the South
Taking place in Chiang Mai, Thailand, in February 2004, its purpose was to explore these theologians' distinct perspectives on power as people whose theology is shaped in contexts of intense struggles for life, justice and liberation.
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Document Message from the Younger Theologians
Meeting of the Faith and Order Plenary Commission, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 2004
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Document Message from the ECHOS meeting in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 24-29 January 2010
Message from the 24-29 January meeting of ECHOS - the Commission on youth in the ecumenical movement, which took place in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
Located in Resources / / WCC commissions and working groups / Echos - Commission on youth in the ecumenical movement
Document Report of the first Echos meeting
Report of the first Echos meeting, May 2007.
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Document Voices of Youth: Stronger and Better Heard
Members of ECHOS, the World Council of Churches (WCC) commission on Youth, met in Bangalore, India 1-10 October 2008. The 25 members of ECHOS represent a variety of WCC consultative commissions, Central and Executive Committee, the Catholic and Pentecostal Youth and Students Networks as well as regional and global youth organizations, like the World Students Christian Federation (WSCF). Their goal is to facilitate more coherent youth participation within the WCC.
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Document Report of the Echos Youth Commission
The Echos Commission on Youth in the Ecumenical Movement met in October 2011 in Adma, Lebanon, to evaluate its work and mandate since it was first constituted after the last WCC assembly in Porto Alegre, 2006, as a consultative body of young people from a broad cross-section of the ecumenical movement.
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Document ECHOS - Commission Report for Executive Committee
Report from the first meeting of the ECHOS - Commission on youth engagement in the ecumenical movement: 8-13 May 2015, Cairo, Egypt
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Document Communiqué of the Joint Working Group Plenary Meeting - 12-19 October 2009, Cordova, Spain
The Joint Working Group (JWG) is the instrument that monitors and promotes collaboration between the Roman Catholic Church (RCC) and the World Council of Churches (WCC). The group, hosted by the Diocese of Cordova, Spain, met from 12 to 19 October 2009.
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Document Summary of the Ninth Report
This document offers a summary of the Ninth report from the Joint Working Group between the Roman Catholic Church and the WCC, which relates the focus and work of the group from 2007 through 2012. As the group approaches its fiftieth year, its recent foci include in-depth work on the notion of ecclesial reception of ecumenical work, the spiritual roots of ecumenism, church participation of youth, and emerging work on migration.
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