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“Promises must be fulfilled” – governments urged to honour climate change commitments

At the 50th session of the UN Human Rights Council, Anglicans will urge governments to fulfil their commitments on climate change.

06 June 2022

Canada’s National Indigenous archbishop resigns after sexual misconduct allegations

Mark MacDonald of the Anglican Church of Canada resigns and relinquishes exercise of ministry after allegations of sexual misconduct. 

18 May 2022

Anglican Communion Science Commission meets for the first time

The Anglican Communion Science Commission hope to develop a deeper understanding of science within the Anglican Communion.

08 December 2021

“Heeding the Call of Indigenous Peoples”: Anglican Communion co-hosts official COP26 side event

Anglican Communion has co-hosted an official COP26 side event called “Making Peace with Nature: Heeding the Call of Indigenous Peoples”

04 November 2021

Indigenous peoples and youth at heart of Anglican engagement with COP26

Indigenous peoples and youth, as well as climate resilience and just financing, are priorities for the Anglican Communion at COP26.

28 October 2021

Anglican bishops call for a halt in oil drilling in Namibia’s Kavango Basin

Anglican bishops have signed a petition calling for a halt to oil drilling in the Kavango Basin in Namibia, by Canadian Company ReconAfrica.

11 March 2021

Environment Maori Anglicans tell of turning grief to joy during four part webinar series

The Anglican Indigenous Network, Anglican Communion Environment Network and Anglican Alliance hosting four Advent webinars.

14 December 2020

Anglican network warns of Covid-19 impact on indigenous communities around the world

The Anglican Indigenous Network is concerned that “one size fits all” responses to Covid-19 will not give indigenous people an equal chance of surviving the disease.

20 April 2020

Domestic violence and human trafficking among issues Anglican women take to UN

The Anglican delegation to the 64th Session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (UNCSW64) will be urging states to act on issues such as domestic violence and human trafficking.

03 March 2020

The Anglican Church of Canada launches new podcast featuring indigenous voices

The Anglican Church of Canada launched an eight-part podcast series, “Sacred Teachings: Wisdom of the Land”, last week.

11 February 2020