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Church leaders and Alaskan natives step up fight against drilling in Arctic refuge

A coalition of Episcopalians and Alaskan conservationists will take its battle to protect the Artic to decision-makers in Washington this month.

06 September 2019

Global ecumenical group re-launches Thursdays in Black campaign against gender violence

The World Council of Churches has unveiled new designs for its ecumenical Thursdays in Black campaign against rape and sexual violence.

19 July 2018

US-based Episcopal Church uses shareholder activism to challenge gun sale practices

After a church-led campaign, major US-retailer Dick’s Sporting Goods won't sell firearm to under-21s, and will stop selling assault weapons.

01 March 2018

“Gender-based violence is a sin” – Church leaders take message to the big screen

Christian leaders in Fiji have united to declare that gender-based violence is a sin, in an advert shown on cinema screens and national television.

09 December 2016

From one in three to zero: MU's campaign as part of 16 days to end gender-based violence

The Anglican mission agency Mothers’ Union (MU) is taking part in the international 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence by campaigning for “one in three to zero” – for the number of women globally experiencing gender-based violence to drop from one in three to zero.

04 December 2015

"Tour Against Trafficking" aims to raise awareness stamp out slavery

Diana Cisneros, herself a victim of human trafficking, has helped another victim find safe haven after her husband saw a young girl running from a hotel with no shoes on. "It was a red flag to him. He pulled the car over and talked to her; she turned out to be a victim of human trafficking. We were able to get her help and to get her to a safe place."

15 October 2015

UK's largest Christmas ad vote unveiled

UK's largest Christmas ad vote unveiled

The UK’s largest Christmas ad has been unveiled. The ad, which is taller than the Great Wall of China (40 feet high) and the length of three buses (106 feet long), is part of the church backed ‘Christmas Starts with Christ’ campaign which runs until Christmas.

10 December 2012