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Human rights training

Posted on 21 October 2003

The annual human rights training programme of the CCA is being planned to be held in Kuala Lumpur from November 10 to 16. Thirty persons, selected on the recommendations of the churches and national councils, will attend the training programme. Organised by the Justice, International Affairs, Development and Service of the CCA, the Kuala Lumpur […]



Inter-religious workshop to be held in Cambodia

Posted on 21 October 2003

An inter-religious workshop on Conflict transformation and the study of peace will be held from December 8 to 12 at Phnom Penh in Cambodia. The workshop is being organised jointly by the Christian Conference of Asia (CCA), Federation of Asian Bishops Conference (FABC) and the Asian Muslim Action Network (AMAN). According to the CCA Executive […]



General Committee Meeting

Posted on 18 October 2003

The CCA General Committee will meet on October 22-26, 2003 at the Bangkok Christian Guest House in Bangkok, Thailand. Among the agenda lined up for the meeting are the reports of the CCA General Secretary and Acting Associate General Secretary for Finance; reports on the 12th General Assembly preparation; and the recommendations of the Personnel […]



Update on the CCA General Assembly Plans

Posted on 16 September 2003

A preparatory sub-committee on theme and issues of the CCA General Assembly met on 13 September in Hong Kong and reflected on the GA theme, “Building Communities of Peace for All”. The committee will prepare a study booklet explaining why this theme in light of the glaring absence of peace in Asia and the cultures […]



CCA General Secretary Calls for an “Ecumenical Horticulture in Our Time”

Posted on 30 June 2003

During the Joint Programme Area Committees meeting in Cipayung, Indonesia, June 21-26, CCA General Secretary Ahn Jae Woong suggested a “re-invention” of the ecumenical movement using the image of an ecumenical horticulture. By this he meant processes of planting new seeds, watering a new spirit, fertilizing a new energy, nurturing new branches, and harvesting new […]



Towards a Roadmap for Peace in Korea

Posted on 16 June 2003

Representatives of American and Korean churches, humanitarian agencies, the United Nations, academia and other sectors meet in Washington, DC on June 16-18 to press for a “Korean roadmap” for lasting peace and prosperity on the Korean peninsula. Building on their longstanding relationship, Korean and American churches seek to address the political and humanitarian crisis in […]



In Quest of Pedagogies of Encounter

Posted on 27 May 2003

How do we build communities of peace and justice in Asia? What pedagogies of encounter with the other will help build communities? These are some of the questions behind the theme, Building Communities: Asians in Search of New Pedagogies of Encounter, which will be the focus of the Fourth Congress of Asian Theologians (CATS IV). […]



Tourism, Tradition and Terrorism

Posted on 9 May 2003

The representatives of civil society, academe and religious bodies from Australia, Bangladesh, Burma, France, Germany, Hong Kong (China), India, Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia and Thailand met in Bangkok at the Consultation on Tourism, Traditions and Terrorism during April 28 – May 1, 2003. In discussing the various issues related to tourism, the group stressed that the […]


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