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The Lutheran World Federation has announced that it will no longer invest in fossil fuels, describing the action as part of its long -standing commitment to climate justice.
The official Lutheran delegation to the UNFCCC (COP 19) will today fast in solidarity with those disproportionality hit by extreme weather events.
Lutherans are working with the UN High Commissioner for Refugees as lead agency in refugee camp management at Dadaab, Kenya.
The Lutheran World Federation (LWF) has announced that it is joining efforts to respond to the growing influx of Syrian refugees in Jordan.
After the killing of a volunteer refugee peace and security worker and the wounding of another,safety measures are being reviewed.
Health care workers at a Lutheran programme say the spectre of HIV and AIDS stigmatisation still thrives in Soweto, a large South African city.
With rainfall, increased aid and military operations in Somalia, the movement of migrants has declined, but the overall situation remains serious.
Mennonites have planted two trees in the 'Luthergarten' in Wittenberg, Germany, to mark the deepening of Mennonite-Lutheran relations.
An NGO supported by Mennonites has made a significant contribution to the Lutheran church's work at refugee camps serving the Horn of Africa.
The economic crisis is also an ethical crisis and faith groups need to say something about it, says an advocate of economic ethics.