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
“Childhood is for enchantment, wonder, joy. Not for the terror of violence in the home”
29 August 2013
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, has released a statement for the World Day of Prayer and Action for Children.
20 November 2012
The International Anglican Family Network is inviting members of the Anglican Communion to share their thoughts and stories as part of an initiative to actively promote birth registration.
10 May 2012
The International Anglican Family Network (IAFN) is using the season of Advent to encourage member Churches of the Communion to get involved with making birth registration a universal reality.
30 November 2011
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, has released a statement in advance of the World Day of Prayer and Action for Children, which is on Sunday 20th November 2011.
18 November 2011
In August 2010, the Litoral Diocese of the Episcopal Church of Ecuador held a workshop covering the theme 'Domestic Violence in our Ecuadorian society'. The workshop looked at types and characteristics of violence in the family, and the factors that underlie this violence in the Ecuadorian context, such as cultural values, personal history and psycho-social environment.
10 January 2011
Frontline Anglican family workers from throughout the South Pacific will soon gather in Lower Hutt with movers and shakers within the Church to plan new ways to counter family violence in our region.
30 September 2010
Thousands of children in South Africa have been protected from human traffickers during the Football World Cup thanks to holiday clubs set up by the Anglican Church of Southern Africa.
09 July 2010
The International Anglican Family Network has been looking into the possibility of having some of the articles in its newsletters available in languages other than English, recognising that this will make them more accessible to some parts of the Anglican Communion.
28 April 2010