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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

Archbishop of the Anglican Church of Australia to resign

Archbishop of Melbourne will be resigning as Primate of the Anglican Church of Australia in March, after almost six years in post.

28 November 2019

Anglican network calls for Communion-wide support for indigenous people’s rights

Members of the Anglican Indigenous Network have called for a greater voice for indigenous Anglicans in the work of the Anglican Communion.

 

22 November 2019

Watershed vote as Anglican Church of Canada supports an indigenous church

The Synod of the Anglican Church of Canada has voted overwhelmingly to enable a self-determining indigenous church within the Church.

19 July 2019

New Mexican bishop hopes to lead services in indigenous languages

A Mexican-born priest in the Church of Canada has been elected as the coadjutor bishop of Southeast Mexico, where few speak Spanish.

14 June 2019

History made in New Zealand as first indigenous woman elected to serve as bishop

The Archdeacon of Wairarapa, Waitohiariki Quayle, will be the first female Maori bishop when she is consecrated Bishop of Upoko o Te Ika.

10 May 2019

Anglican Church of New Zealand apologises for Colonial-era Maori land-snatch

Archbishop Philip Richardson has apologised to the Maori people from Tauranga for an 1866 decision which saw their lands given away.

04 December 2018

Cree priest Larry Beardy made first suffragan bishop for northern Manitoba

Archdeacon Larry Beardy, a Cree priest, has been consecrated first indigenous suffragan bishop of the Northern Manitoba Area Mission.

25 September 2018