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Church Responses to Human Trafficking

A joint newsletter looks at how churches can partner each other and with other agencies to prevent human trafficking

16 February 2015

"Dignity, belonging, forgiveness essential to a healthy family"

The International Anglican Family Network's latest newsletter demonstrate how human dignity is being championed and advanced in families worldwide.

28 October 2014

Ghana Anglican Women told: "Address moral decadence in youth"

Anglican women at their 13th Biennial National Conference were challenged to help young people engage with the Internet in a health way.

23 October 2014

Central Zambia: "Only 10 out of 4,000 children have birth certificates"

An Anglican bishop has said families need to register their children's birth. 

06 September 2014

Cathedral holds vigil against violence to children

Violence against children is pandemic and should belong in the past, a bishop said in a special vigil service this week.

07 February 2014

Ian Sparks obituary

Obituary of Ian Sparks, former CEO of the Children’s Society and Chair of International Anglican Family Network

05 February 2014

The Children's Society welcomes draft Modern Day Slavery Bill

Matthew Reed, Chief Executive of The Children’s Society, said: 'The government’s draft Modern Day Slavery Bill is critical to tackling trafficking in the UK'.

17 December 2013

Men and Women vital in struggle for justice

Men and women in the Church must work together to address the global issue of violence in the home. This is a theme that runs through the International Anglican Family Network’s latest newsletter

25 November 2013

Bp Huggins: "Family violence should be key election issue"

​“Childhood is for enchantment, wonder, joy. Not for the terror of violence in the home”

29 August 2013

Archbishop of Canterbury's Statement for the World Day of Prayer and Action for Children

Archbishop of Canterbury's Statement for the World Day of Prayer and Action for Children

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, has released a statement for the World Day of Prayer and Action for Children.

20 November 2012

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Features 

A cathedral celebrates 108 years of ministry in Manila

The Episcopal Church in the Philippines recently celebrated 108 years of its national cathedral.

Is religion to blame for war and violence?

Karen Armstrong’s book, Fields of Blood, is an ambitious project that looks closely at the interrelationship of religion and violence.