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WORLD AIDS SUNDAY

Posted on 18 November 2004

“Women and HIV/AIDS: Woman, great is your faith” The World Health Organization declared the first World AIDS Day in 1988. The day, 1 December, quickly became established as one of the world’s most successful commemorative days and is now recognized and celebrated by a diverse range of constituents every year around the globe. Then, in […]

 

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CCA roundtable meeting held in Hong Kong

Posted on 8 November 2004

CCA General Secretary Dr Ahn Jae Woong addressing the CCA roundtable meeting on 8 November in Hong Kong. Also seen are member of the CCA Presidium Bishop Joseph Mar Irenaeus (on his right) and CCA Treasurer Israel Paulraj and Associate General Secretary for Finance Prawate Khid-arn on his left Asian churches urged to become instruments […]

 

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Tozanso communique October 2004

Posted on 25 October 2004

“Korean peninsula — A Flashpoint in North East Asia” Participants of the Tozanso meeting Fifty-five church leaders and consultants from nine countries of Asia, Europe and North America met under the auspices of the World Council of Churches (WCC) and the Christian Conference of Asia (CCA) at the Tozanso YMCA conference centre in Japan from […]

 

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Welcome To CCA Youth Interns

Posted on 21 October 2004

The two youth interns have arrived on 18th October 2004. The EGY intern, Sunila Azmat, hails from Lahore, Pakistan. She has Master of Science in Economics. She works as a mathematics teacher in St. Peters School, Lahore. She is an active member of the church youth and church choir at Naulakha Presbyterian Church in Lahore, […]

 

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Meeting of Asia Secretaries of Ecumenical Partners

Posted on 21 October 2004

Hope S. Antone of CCA-FMU attended the meeting of Asia secretaries of ecumenical development agencies and mission organizations on invitation by WCC Asia Desk secretary, Dr. Mathews George Chunakara, at the Ecumenical Centre in Geneva, Switzerland on 10-14 October. She gave a reflection at the WCC chapel service on Oct. 11 on the laments of […]

 

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A German church delegation on its way to China stops in Hong Kong and visits CCA

Posted on 6 October 2004

Delegation of the council of EKD from Germany with the CCA staff. Front(From left): Cora Tabing-Reyes, Rolf Koppe, Kara Huber-Kaldrack, Ahn Jae Woong, Wolfgang Huber, Frauke Hansen-Dix, Alexander Dix, Paul Oppenheim, Michael Lackner, Margit Fleckenstein, Gabi Hettler. Back (From left) Maren von der Heyde,Josef Widyatmadja, Hermann Grohe, Hope Antone, Konrad von Bonin, Tony Waworuntu, Prawate...

 

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NCC general secretaries’ meeting

Posted on 3 October 2004

Christians urged to develop Asiatic ecumenical movement CHIANG MAI, Thailand  Christians must not only confess faith in a context where their neighbours follow other faiths or no faith, but they must also live the Christian way of life, CCA General Secretary Dr Ahn Jae Woong told a gathering of ecumenical leaders here on 21 September. […]

 

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Chiang Mai Communique

Posted on 24 September 2004

General secretaries and representatives of National Councils of Churches and National Christian Councils in Asia, staff of CCA and WCC, and resource persons attended a meeting held from 20-23 September in Chiang Mai, Thailand. (Photo:Philip Mathew) NCC general secretaries issued the following communique As General Secretaries of National Councils of Churches and National Christian Councils...

 

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Peace messages to be made available soon

Posted on 19 September 2004

HONG KONG  Video messages of peace and justice from a group of 13 church leaders and peacemakers from around the world will be webcast and broadcast on Monday 20 September at 12 PM Geneva time. Coming ahead of the International Day of Prayer for Peace called by the World Council of Churches to be observed […]

 

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Women from the South Call for Alternative Globalization

Posted on 18 September 2004

“We are not afraid to say that we live in a time of empire.” Thus said a group of church women, feminist economists and women activists from Africa, Asia, Latin America, Caribbean, Middle East and Eastern Europe gathered in Antipolo City, Philippines, on 27-29 August. A group photo at the venue Meeting as Womens Voices […]

 

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