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#MakeFriends video statement

Watch the world’s most prominent religious leaders, including the Archbishop of Canterbury, call on everyone to make friends across religions in this YouTube video that has gone viral internationally



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Dr Rowan Williams supports nonviolent direct action against climate change

Former Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan Williams expresses his concerns about climate change and its threat to ‘our species on this planet in the long term’ and ‘in the middle term…some of the most vulnerable populations on earth’ and supports the right of school students to protest, ‘putting the case for the human race before those in power’


Working with the UN to tackle the trafficking of women and girls

The United Nation’s Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women held a General Discussion on Friday 22 Feb 2019 as part of its preparations for new guidance to help member states prevent trafficking of women and girls in the context of global migration: The Anglican Communion’s Permanent Representative to the UN, Jack Palmer-White, urged the meeting to consider the role that Anglican Churches can play