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Pilgrimage of Justice and Peace

Become involved in the Pilgrimage of Justice and Peace, an initiative of the WCC member churches “to work together in a common quest, renewing the true vocation of the church through collaborative engagement with the most important issues of justice and peace, healing a world filled with conflict, injustice and pain.”

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Peace is common denominator of all major religions

Peace is common denominator of all major religions

The Christian Conference of Asia gathered over 100 participants representing seven religions including Christian, Buddhist, Islamic, Jewish, Bahai, Hindu and Sikh to meet with the participants of the World Council of Churches (WCC) Pilgrimage of Justice and Peace Reference Group to discuss relevant issues about religion and their implications to the Asian society.

WCC pilgrimage turns its eyes to Asia

WCC pilgrimage turns its eyes to Asia

“Our churches are directly involved in upholding the dignity and rights of people and communities in Asia irrespective of their religious or faith identities”, said Matthews George Chunakara, general secretary of the Christian Conference of Asia, at the opening of the annual meeting of the World Council of Churches (WCC) Pilgrimage of Justice and Peace Reference Group, in Chiang Mai, Thailand, on 4 March.

Racism, climate change and economic justice in the spotlight of WCC international affairs meeting in Indonesia

Racism, climate change and economic justice in the spotlight of WCC international affairs meeting in Indonesia

The 56th meeting of the World Council of Churches (WCC) Commission of the Churches on International Affairs took place in Bali, Indonesia, on 24 – 28 February, discussing many of the most critical concerns of churches in the region and around the world.

Commission of the Churches on International Affairs explores injustices in Asia region

Commission of the Churches on International Affairs explores injustices in Asia region

With the sounds of the kulkul wooden bell at the Galang Ning Hyang Protestant Church in the Badung region of Bali, Indonesia, the 56th meeting of the World Council of Churches (WCC) Commission of the Churches on International Affairs opened on 24 February, setting its yearly regional focus on Asia.

Papua human rights situation, religious freedom, focuses of WCC delegation visit to Indonesia

Papua human rights situation, religious freedom, focuses of WCC delegation visit to Indonesia

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Agreement works toward food security in South Sudan

Agreement works toward food security in South Sudan

The South Sudan Council of Churches, United Nations World Food Programme, and UNICEF have signed an agreement to work in partnership towards peace building to realize food security.

WCC expresses growing concern on Venezuelan people’s future

WCC expresses growing concern on Venezuelan people’s future

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Rabbis walk through Hebron in solidarity

Rabbis walk through Hebron in solidarity

It was a bright and sunny morning when Rabbis for Human Rights organized a solidarity walk on Tuesday through the Israeli administered H2 area of Hebron, where growing tension has forced the World Council of Churches (WCC) to temporarily suspend its presence of ecumenical accompaniers.

Thursdays in Black flourishes in Liberia

Thursdays in Black flourishes in Liberia

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Devotional guide commemorates enslaved African peoples

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