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Ekklesia proposes non-violent alternatives to military action as well as peace-making strategies. Ekklesia hit the headlines in 2002 by proposing public consideration of strategies for non-violent regime change in Iraq.
Christian Aid has welcomed the signing of the South Sudan Compromise Peace Agreement and called on all parties involved to observe the Cessation of Hostilities.
Thirty-one aid, faith, human rights, and development organisations are calling on world leaders to take urgent action to halt ongoing demolitions in the occupied West Bank.
The surge in Israeli demolitions of Palestinian homes has been condemned by 31 international organizations
Saudi Arabia-led coalition airstrikes and attacks by pro- and anti-Huthi armed groups in Yemen have killed scores of civilians, says a new report from Amnesty International.
Young participants in a WCC interfaith summer course representing Christian, Jewish and Muslim traditions say dialogue can break down stereotypes and build peaceful communities.
A severe funding shortfall in Iraq is pushing the United Nations World Food Programme to cut the amount of aid it delivers to nearly one million displaced people.
Are you more afraid of being tortured, shot, beheaded or forced to murder your neighbours to save your own life? If threatened, how far would you run to escape?
In a message commemorating the 70th anniversary of the bombing of Nagasaki, Ban Ki-moon has paid tribute to all who are striving to rid the world of nuclear weapons.
Religious leaders from many faiths gathered yesterday at an interfaith commemoration service held to mark the 70th anniversary of the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.