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International church bodies have welcomed the ceasefire agreement for eastern Ukraine negotiated in Minsk and announced recently.
Four years ago the UN unanimously adopted a proposal declaring the first week of February as World Interfaith Harmony Week.
The ecumenical Church delegation that met Greek EU Presidency representatives in Athens last week made just migration a priority.
The Conference of European Churches believes that the example of Nelson Mandela can encourage people of goodwill across Europe to work for change.
The Conference of European Churches has asked European governments and people to act now and to provide protection for refugees fleeing Syria.
A dialogue seminar on a European social market economy took place on 14 December 2012 at the European Commission in Brussels.
Two major international church bodies have written to the European Union, appealing for a just and sustainable solution to the crisis in Greece.
The situation in Greece is more than an economic crisis for one country alone, an ecumenical Christian delegation from Europe and Africa has been told.
The WCC, Conference of European Churches and the Churches' Commission for Migrants in Europe have expressed concern over the humanitarian situation in Libya.
A consultation on Poverty, Wealth and Ecology in Europe organised by ecumenical groups and churches in Hungary has adopted the Budapest Call for Climate Justice.