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Document The challenge of imperial globalization to theological education - Dr. Ulrich Duchrow
Located in Resources / / Ecumenical theological education (ETE) / World Conference of Associations of Theological Institutions (WOCATI)
Document The Changing Ecclesial Context: Impact of Migration on Living Together
Located in Resources / / Just and inclusive communities / Migration and social justice
Document Report on the African Ecumenical Consultation on Linking Poverty, Wealth and Ecology
Located in Resources / / Poverty, wealth and ecology: impact of economic globalization / Neoliberal paradigm
Document Church role in secularized societies
Address by Rev. Dr Samuel Kobia, WCC general secretary, at Meeting with representatives of the Estonian Council of Churches, in Tallinn, Estonia, 1 June 2007.
Located in Resources / / WCC general secretary / Speeches
Document Ecumenism in the 21st century
Lecture at Nanjing Union Theological Seminary, on 17 November 2006, by Rev. Dr Samuel Kobia, general secretary of the World Council of Churches.
Located in Resources / / WCC general secretary / Speeches
Document Congo elections
Located in Resources / / WCC general secretary / Messages and letters
Document AGAPE follow-up
Located in Resources / / Poverty, wealth and ecology: impact of economic globalization / Neoliberal paradigm
Document Statement on UN Reform
Located in Resources / / Commission of the Churches on International Affairs / United Nation relations
Document Alternative globalization addressing people and earth - AGAPE
"Alternative globalization addressing people and earth - A call to love and action" : Prepared by the WCC commission for Justice, Peace and Creation, this call "to love and action" invites the churches to act together for transformation of economic injustice and to continue analyzing and reflecting on challenges of economic globalization and the link between wealth and poverty.
Located in Resources / / Porto Alegre, 2006 / 3. Preparatory and background documents
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