Entries by Maranda

Some Resources on Trade and Brexit

Some briefings Fairtrade Foundation and Traidcraft, “Brexit: Let’s change trade for good” Joint NGO (lead Traidcraft),  “Post-Brexit – Towards a trade policy that supports development” (2 pp summary) Trade Justice Movement – “The Trade Bill: Constitutional implications and recommendations” (4 pp) Trade Justice Movement – “Securing democracy in trade policy: Developing a transparent and democratic approach […]

Talking about the heat ….

Talking about the Heat – Talking Points We’ve gathered together information about the current heatwave and climate change for use in conversations or presentations. Research suggests that understanding your audience, establishing common ground and sharing stories all matter more than data in communicating around climate – but sometimes people ask for specific facts, too. So […]

Sharing the Journey of Migrants and Refugees

“This is less about subtle negotiations of words and phrases, and more fully about real people’s lives.” Revd. Rachel Carnegie, Co-Executive Director of the Anglican Alliance In September this year, two major new compacts on migration and refugees will be presented for adoption by member states at the United Nations General Assembly. The Global Compact […]

Resources for praying with and for South Sudan

Catholic Relief Services: Prayer for South Sudan CAFOD: South Sudan Emergency Prayer Christian Aid: Prayer for South Sudan Diocese of Salisbury: A Prayer of Intercession for South Sudan Episcopal Church of South Sudan Northern Bahr el Ghazel Internal Province: Growing (Lent course, which includes several prayers) Episcopal Church (USA): Prayers of the People for South […]

“Mission and Ministry in Covenant”

Joint Study: “Mission and Ministry in Covenant:Report from The Faith and Order bodies of the Church of England and the Methodist Church” (2017) “The main proposals, if implemented, will enable an interchange of presbyteral ministries between our churches that has not been possible since the parting of the ways between Anglicans and Methodists in the late eighteenth century. […]