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Domestic violence and human trafficking among issues Anglican women take to UN

The Anglican delegation to the 64th Session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (UNCSW64) will be urging states to act on issues such as domestic violence and human trafficking.

03 March 2020

Five primates elected to serve on Standing Committee of the Anglican Consultative Council

The five primates who will elect their fellow archbishops, presiding bishops and moderators on the Standing Committee of the Anglican Consultative Council have been elected.

20 January 2020

Building on success in 2019, Anglican women prepare for United Nations conference in 2020

Anglican women have been selected as the Anglican Communion’s delegation to the 64th annual meeting of the UNCSW, to be held in 2020.

25 November 2019

Pakistan bishop continues to fight government takeover of Anglican college

A battle over control of an Anglican college is continuing after new legal moves by Pakistan's government to nationalise schools and colleges.

22 November 2019

Youth lead by example on care for the environment

Young people in Pakistan and Kenya are leading the way on care of the environment by taking practical steps to look after their communities

31 October 2019

States must listen to churches over peace-building

Governments should acknowledge role of churches in peace-building, according to the Anglican Communion’s representative at the UN.

18 September 2019

United Nations hears of Anglican Communion Churches’ active role in tackling climate change

The role of the church in tackling climate change was highlighted during a televised discussion from the UN Head Office in New York yesterday.

07 June 2019

Christian college in Pakistan wins legal battle for independence from political interference

A Pakistan court has ruled in favour of the Church of Pakistan’s attempt to retain independence for an Anglican college in Peshawar.

16 May 2019

“Christians make up 80 per cent of believers persecuted for their faith”, report finds

The Bishop of Truro, Philip Mounstephen, has delivered "a truly sobering read" in a report about the global persecution of Christians.

10 May 2019

Lambeth Awards honour “extraordinary contributions to the Church and wider society”

Peacemakers, nuns, academics and gardeners are amongst 27 people honoured by Archbishop Justin Welby in the 2019 Lambeth Awards.

05 April 2019