Anglicans and other Christian leaders calling on governments to implement the promises they made at the 2015 Paris Climate Change talks.
19 October 2017
The Archbishop of Canterbury is one of 18 global leaders and experts on a new United Nations High Level Advisory Board on Mediation.
18 September 2017
Anglican delegates attending the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women in New York have returned home pledging to ‘change the world’ after what they described as a life-changing time at the UN.
28 March 2017
Key Anglican campaigners for peace and justice in war-torn South Sudan have told a meeting at the United Nations in New York about the vital role women and the church have been playing in peace building and supporting the victims of conflict.
16 March 2017
Women from more than 20 countries around the Anglican Communion will be at the United Nations in New York next month to press for greater economic empowerment for women across the globe.
22 February 2017
Anglicans across the Communion are marking World Aids Day on 1 December 2016 to raise awareness of HIV/Aids and help end the epidemic.
01 December 2016
Last year’s Paris agreement on climate change is “irreversible and unstoppable”, the world’s political leaders said as this year’s climate change conference (COP22).
21 November 2016
The Church in Wales has joined five other UK Christian churches in calling for an end to the fighting in the Syrian city of Aleppo.
20 October 2016
Anglicans around the world are continuing to serve in the front-line of assisting refugees and asylum seekers through a mixture of advocacy and practical care.
11 October 2016
Anglicans have welcomed the New York Declaration for Refugees and Migrants, which was agreed by world leaders at the UN on Monday.
22 September 2016
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