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Document Prayer for unity by Laura Wachira, Kenya
A prayer for unity written by a young Kenyan woman who was a WCC steward in 2006.
Located in Resources / / Ecumenical movement in the 21st century / Youth
Document Reflections from the 30th European Young Adult Taizé Meeting
Reflections from three young people brought together by WCC to participate in the 30th European Young Adult Taizé Meeting in Geneva, Switzerland.
Located in Resources / / Ecumenical movement in the 21st century / Youth
Document Study guide on Baptism, Eucharist and Ministry
The stories and questions in this study guide on Baptism, Eucharist and Ministry (BEM) are intended for group discussion or individual study.
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Document The future of Faith and Order from the perspective of the new generation
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Document Youth and globalization seminar
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Document Youth at the International Ecumenical Peace Convocation
Report on youth participation at the International Ecumenical Peace Convocation, including: - a message of encouragement from the 5 essay winners (read in the Opening plenary) - a youth statement read at the Closing plenary of the IEPC - the Message of the IEPC - a brief article about Echos members who were at the IEPC and a reflection by one of them.. - and then some thoughts and reflections from stewards
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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.
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Document Guidelines for Sharing
"Guidelines for sharing", in Sharing for Life, the report of the El Escorial consultation. 1987
Located in Resources / / Justice, diakonia and responsibility for creation / Ecumenical solidarity and regional relations
Document Youth manual on anti-stigma messages
This manual will help youth to strengthen their capacities and increase their knowledge in the area of HIV, to make use of testimonies of their HIV+ brothers and sisters in order to be personally and collectively involved in the drawing up of programmes and projects to counteract the crisis.
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Document AGAPE Consultation: Guatemala youth statement
Located in Resources / / Poverty, wealth and ecology: impact of economic globalization / Neoliberal paradigm