Let Remembrance inspire a commitment to peace

WHEN THEY CAME HOME at the end of the First World War, many ex-servicemen faced poverty and unemployment, and their anger led to civil unrest. On Peace Day 1919, Luton Town Hall was burned to the ground. Indeed the Summer of 1919 is now known to some historians as...

COP26 and the Tree of LIfe

WHEN I FIRST came to work for Ekklesia in 2009, I was anxious to make clear that I am not a policy analyst. Though anyone writing about current affairs must obviously have a grasp of current policies and their possible developments, I felt it necessary to establish...

Ghana’s bishops back abusive anti-LGBT bill

VARIOUS RELIGIOUS LEADERS have thrown their weight behind a draft bill targeting lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT+) people in Ghana and anyone supportive of them. Backers includes the Anglican Church in Ghana’s House of Bishops . Yet the bill violates not...

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