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The Middle East and North Africa, including its Christian communities, will continue to be a locus of concern for the WCC, its General Secretary affirms.
Dr Wedad Abbas Tawfik has told the WCC 10th Assembly of her experiences and hopes for change as a Coptic Christian from Egypt.
The section of the controversial Lobbying Bill attempting to shackle trade unions has been declared unfit for purpose by an advisory committee.
The 10th Assembly of the World Council of Churches has asked how, in a world mired by violence, the “God of life” can lead people, towards justice and peace.
As the UK hosts an Open Government Partnership summit in London today (31 October). David Cameron is criticised for"not practising what he preaches".
Campaign groups, charities and press bodies have written to the PM urging him to drop proposals to restrict the Freedom of Information Act.
Rome’s authorities have been running a discriminatory, two-track assisted housing system denying thousands of Roma decent housing.
Peace with justice is a theme central to the work of the World Council of Churches, Walter Altmann, its Central Committee moderator, says.