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Peter Branjerdporn

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Bangkok, Brisbane and the Biblical call for creation care

While the scale of climate injustice in the world can sometimes feel overwhelming, there are practical things we can do together to bring about a world where peace and justice flow like a river in our relationships with one another, with God and with God’s good creation,” says the Justice Unit’s Peter Branjerdporn, as the Season of Creation approaches 

"We kept vigil by singing, praying and reading scripture and providing practical support, such as cooking and making cups of coffee for overnight protesters, and peacefully asking for the refugees’ freedom," (Peter Branjerdporn, ACSQ Justice Unit about the Kangaroo Point Central Hotel APoD — this image will feature in the “Dear Future, I am ready” St John's Cathedral exhibition launch on Wednesday 19 July 2023)
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“Dear Future, I am ready”

“As for my friend, Ali, while life has not been easy following his release as he struggles financially to pay for basics, he is thankful for his freedom. He is also grateful to supporters of refugees, including many local Anglicans, who continue to bear witness to their suffering and advocate for more humane policies,” says Peter Branjerdporn from our Justice Unit

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"No perfect people allowed"

“During this Lenten season, what if we focus less on trying to perfect our abstinence, and more on living out an inclusive and holistic faith? Even as we repent of our excesses and indulgences, let us lean towards doing justice rather than going without,” says the Justice Unit’s Peter Branjerdporn, while offering some exciting new Lenten resources written by The Rev’d Deb Bird