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Document Religion in global society
Address by Rev. Dr Samuel Kobia, WCC general secretary, at the international conference of the International Council of Christians and Jews, Chicago, 24-27 July 2005
Located in Resources / / WCC general secretary / Speeches
Document Economic, Social and Cultural Rights: Indonesia-West Papua
Located in Resources / / Commission of the Churches on International Affairs / Human rights and Impunity
Document AGAPE background document
Located in Resources / / Poverty, wealth and ecology: impact of economic globalization / Neoliberal paradigm
Document Practising hospitality in an era of new forms of migration
Located in Resources / / Commission of the Churches on International Affairs / Human rights and Impunity
Document Ecumenical presence at the World Social Forum 2005
Located in Resources / / Poverty, wealth and ecology: impact of economic globalization / Neoliberal paradigm
Document Disability and globalization, Johannesburg, South Africa
Located in Resources / / People with disabilities / Reports
Document Millennium development goals in Africa
Located in Resources / / Poverty, wealth and ecology: impact of economic globalization / Neoliberal paradigm
Document The economy of communion and justice: a suggestion
Presentation at the Focolare convention, Castelgandolfo, Rome, Italy 9-12 September, 2004.
Located in Resources / / Poverty, wealth and ecology: impact of economic globalization / Neoliberal paradigm
Document Water as a Gift and Right
Located in Resources / / Commission of the Churches on International Affairs / Human rights and Impunity
Document The ecumenical presence at the 4th World Social Forum
Located in Resources / / Poverty, wealth and ecology: impact of economic globalization / Neoliberal paradigm