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The rights of indigenous peoples in Guatemala are under threat from large scale extraction of natural resources.
The World Council of Churches is working toward the revival of “Thursdays in Black”, a campaign against sexual and gender-based violence.
A Peace Train has started its journey from Berlin, Germany through Russia and China to northeast Asia and the WCC 10th assembly in Busan, Korea.
During a recent visit to Rome the World Council of Churches' General Secretary has called on the churches to be congregations of active peacemakers.
Work for the rights of religious minorities should be done in a spirit of universalism, says the UN Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Religion or Belief.
As part of its work for the protection of climate refugees, the World Council of Churches is joining the 'Postcards from the Frontlines' campaign.
A consultation in Geneva has proposed political dialogue as the only way towards peace and stability in Tanah Papua, a province of Indonesia.
A three-day World Council of Churches (WCC) consultation has featured diverse perspectives on religion and discrimination.
“Justice and peace now!” was a call made by the young participants of the recent Asia-Pacific Students and Youth Gathering (ASYG) in the Philippines.
A World Council of Churches (WCC) seminar has marked the strengthening of relationships between the WCC and the Global Christian Forum (GCF).