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Ekklesia attends (when time allows) the All Party Parliamentary Group on Conflict Issues (APPGCI) as part of our work in this area.
It was sad to hear that the Football Association has cancelled this week's launch of its long awaited anti-homophobia video, saying it needs to review its strategy on tackling anti-gay prejudice and how the video fits into its overall campaign.
I had an interesting exchange on Twitter yesterday with, amongst others, Ruth Gledhill from The Times.
Although welcome, the sale of the Church of England's shares in mining company Vedanta, announced yesterday, was long overdue. There are two clear questions that emerge from this.
I see that the Bishop of Liverpool, James Jones, spoke in the Lords yesterday (Feb 2).
I have been reflecting on a debate I took part in last week at the House of Commons, on whether it is time to get rid of bishops from the House of Lords.
When I worked in the House of Commons there was a joke that used to be told during the obligatory tours for family and friends around the Palace of Westminster.
Ekklesia Associate Sarah Hill is quoted in the Guardian
The Guardian reports this morning that many schools are to screen a film about homophobic bullying next month.
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