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Theologians from around the world have convened at the Ecumenical Institute, Bossey, Switzerland, to reflect on water justice.
The World Council of Churches' Ecumenical Water Network has launched an online compilation of biblical reflections and resources on water for use during Lent.
A series of weekly reflections is available during Lent, focusing on the "economy of water," offering suggestions for how people can work towards water justice.
I really do hope that when climate change minister Greg Barker calls green campaigners “environmental Taliban” he’s including CAFOD.
Water justice activists have been touring London churches and the Houses of Parliament to demand fair access to water for poor people across the world.
Water must be high on the agenda of international conferences and church assemblies, say participants in the Ecumenical Water Network Forum.
Over eight million people are now facing severe food and water shortages in East and West Africa, a consortium of leading British aid agencies has warned.
Water shortages in the Middle East could lead to social unrest unless urgent "blue peace" action is taken, says a new report presented in Geneva.
It's easy to enjoy the potty-humoured aspects of World Toilet Day, which took place on 19 November. Indeed the WTD promoters do that themselves. But there are very serious issues underlying the event, effecting billions of people.
The United Nations Human Rights Committee has declared that the right to water and sanitation is to be recognised as legally binding.
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