The Anglican Archbishop of Cape Town, the Most Revd Thabo Makgoba, has appealed to the South African government to end moves to develop nuclear energy and instead to spend the money on education, training and other development initiatives.
22 February 2017
On the fifth anniversary of the Great Eastern Japan Earthquake of 11 March 2011, the Anglican Church in Japan is reissuing its call for a world without nuclear power plants.
03 March 2016
Anglican Communion Primates from Japan and Pakistan part of group seeking end to nuclear weapons
07 August 2015
Anglican Communion Primates join ecumenical pilgrimage to abolish nuclear weapons
06 August 2015
Anglican Communion bishops from Canada and Pakistan also part of ecumenical action to end nuclear threats
26 June 2015
Primate one of 26 UK faith leaders urging development of robust plan to eliminate nuclear arsenals.
18 March 2015
In a statement “Towards a Nuclear-free World”, the Central Committee of the WCC recommended ways for churches to work to end nuclear dangers
09 July 2014
A 40-day fasting prayer protest is calling for the shut down of the country's oldest nuclear plant which is 20kms from the WCC assembly venue
23 October 2013
Abp Barry Morgan and other faith leaders have urged the UK Government to abandon nuclear missiles
19 July 2013
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