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Document Statement on Europe
Located in Resources / / Regional concerns / Europe
Document Statement on Latin America
Located in Resources / / Regional concerns / Latin America
Document Iraq - Appeal to the UN Security Council to lift sanctions with direct and indiscriminate effect on the civilian population
Located in Resources / / Regional concerns / Middle East
Document World Summit on Sustainable Development (WSSD), Johannesburg, South Africa, 26 August - 4 September 2002
Located in Resources / / United Nation relations / UN World summits
Document United Nations World Summit
Located in Resources / / Commission of the Churches on International Affairs / United Nation relations
Document International Conference on Financing for Development (FfD), Monterrey, Mexico, 18-22 March 2002
Located in Resources / / United Nation relations / World conferences
Document Call for investigation into abuses of human rights of migrants in the countries of the Persian Gulf
Located in Resources / / WCC commissions and working groups / Commission of the Churches on International Affairs
Document World Trade Game
The World Trade Game was initially developed in the 1990s by Action Aid, the global anti-poverty development organization. Its strength is its simplicity. Six groups of players represent two rich, two middle-income and two poor countries and each group has different resources and technological potential. National resources are represented as paper whilst technology becomes scissors, pens, rulers, etc. They manufacture shapes from paper, trade the shapes for money through a commodity trader and may also trade amongst themselves in raw materials (paper), technology (scissors, ruler, etc), skills and labour.
Located in Resources / / Ecumenical movement in the 21st century / Youth
Document 62nd World Health Assembly
Civil society organizations and social movements from across the globe met in Geneva, on 15-16 May, 2009, at a Forum on Equity, Justice and Health, organized by Peoples Health Movement, Third World Network, and the World Council of Churches to share concerns and recommend actions that civil society views as being of critical importance for advances in global Health and health equity. Based on the discussions they presented to the WHO and member countries participating in the 62nd World Health Assembly some overarching concerns as well as specific recommendations on the two resolutions on Primary Health Care and Social Determinants of Health.
Located in Resources / / Justice, diakonia and responsibility for creation / Health and healing
Document No patenting of life!
Located in Resources / / Justice, diakonia and responsibility for creation / Science, technology, ethics