Bishops from Latin America met last week to discuss “anti-migrant, racist and discriminatory policies adopted by the US’ authorities.”
06 February 2018
Bishop Philip Huggins says the church should do more to support the South Sudanese migrant and refugee community in Victoria state.
18 January 2018
200,000 Salvadorans who have legally established roots and families in the US could be deported after immigration protections end.
12 January 2018
Bishops from the northern triangle of Central America will a regional cross-provincial meeting to discuss a growing migrant crisis.
11 January 2018
700 teddy-bears which sat on the steps of London's St Paul’s Cathedral in July are now providing comfort to child refugees in Uganda.
06 December 2017
Three ecumenical groups are urging the Australian Government to re-settle refugees formerly housed in the Manus Island refugee camp.
28 November 2017
A detailed study by an ecumenical group accuses European media of maintaining a “pattern of invisibility” for refugees and migrants.
17 November 2017
An Anglican church in Sydney is giving local refugees experience of driving on Australia’s roads.
25 September 2017
US bishops have used a full-page advert in the New York Times urging political leaders to retain protections for undocumented child migrants.
22 September 2017
The true story of how a group of Burmese refugees helped to save an Episcopal church in Tennessee has been turned into a movie.
17 August 2017
Why the US-based Episcopal Church needs world Anglicanism
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Bishop Justin Badi Arama has been elected as the new Primate of the Church of South Sudan, to succeed Archbishop Daniel Deng Bul.
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