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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 1997 Facing AIDS, the challenge, the churches' response
The challenge of AIDS calls for forthright and faithful response from Christians and the churches. This book is an important resource for shaping that response.
Located in Resources / / EHAIA / World Council of Churches - statements and studies
Document A call to health and healing: Declaration Tübingen III
A call to health and healing - Declaration Tübingen III from the participants of the Symposium “Christian Responses to Health and Development” held at the German Institute for Medical Mission (DIFAEM), Tübingen, Germany, from 26 – 28 June 2014.
Located in Resources / Documents / Other conferences and meetings
Document Africa praying
This resource book is designed for all who have to handle situations created by this relatively new epidemic - church leaders/workers, Sunday school teachers, youth leaders, the laity.
Located in Resources / / EHAIA / Liturgical material
Document AIDS-related stigma
This paper's primary aim has been to explore the kind of cultural and theological beliefs that have served to justify the continued existence of power relations that precipitate AIDS-related stigma. It also aims to encourage readers to identify the mechanisms by which institutions draw on those beliefs to justify this.
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Document All Africa Conference of Churches
Located in Resources / / Other ecumenical bodies / Church statements on HIV/AIDS
Document Anglican Communion across Africa
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Document Anglican primates
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Document Archbishop of the Anglican Province of Central Africa
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Document Cairo declaration
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