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Document WCC and new and emerging technologies
The author of this e-book, Dr Gregor Wolbring is a member of CAC/ISO - Canadian Advisory Committees for the International Organization for Standardization, section TC229 Nanotechnologies; a former member of the Executive Committee of the Canadian Commission for UNESCO; a Disabled People's International Bioethics Taskforce Chair; a biochemist, health researcher, and a researcher on ethics, sociology and governance of emerging technology researcher, and disability/ability studies. This e-book is not an official WCC publication but a discussion paper.
Located in Resources / / Justice, diakonia and responsibility for creation / Science, technology, ethics
Document Whose DNA?
Located in Resources / / Justice, diakonia and responsibility for creation / Science, technology, ethics
Document List of major meetings: 1969-2001
WCC programme on Interreligious dialogue and cooperation
Located in Resources / / Interreligious dialogue and cooperation / Interreligious trust and respect
Document Changing religious and cultural context (Ecumenical conversations)
"Changing religious and cultural context" : In a time of globalization, violence, ideological polarization, fragmentation and exclusion, what is the importance of Christian mission? This Ecumenical Conversation will offer the opportunity to reflect on the message of the gospel and methods of mission in such a context.
Located in Resources / / 3. Preparatory and background documents / Ecumenical conversations
Document Changing social and economic context (Ecumenical conversations)
"Changing social and economic context" : Poverty threatens life and human dignity. It is not a destiny, but the very result of the methods and structures of wealth creation and distribution of wealth in individual societies and worldwide. Inequality increases not by accident, but by the way economic and political processes are structured and function. Poverty undermines the very basis of life of billions of children, women and men who are denied not only the benefits of growing wealth, but even of access to basic necessities of life.
Located in Resources / / 3. Preparatory and background documents / Ecumenical conversations