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The Forum on Localizing Humanitarian Need

I had the privilege of representing the WACC Global at the Forum on Localizing Humanitarian Need: a The Role of Faith Leaders & Faith-based organisation, which was held in Colombo from 16th-18th October 2017.  Read More

Making refugees’ voices heard and listened to

Since March 2017, I have had the opportunity, and the pleasure, to work on the Refugees Reporting project with WACC and CCME(Churches' Commission for Migrants in Europe).  Read More

Insights from a very different kind of Intern

Murtaza Bahrainwala was one of WACC’s two summer interns this year. His position was financed by Service Canada for a period of eight weeks. We asked Murtaza to tell us how he felt about working at the General Secretariat.

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Towards a charter on media reporting about refugees

Dr Stephen Brown, President of WACC-Europe, attended the recent “Summer School on Communication Rights” organised by WACC and the Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg in Wittenberg. Read More

People are not palimpsests

Every country has its secret histories of repression. Read More

Martin Luther’s protest

Who is being left out of today’s revolution? Read More

“Translating” the SDGs to leave no one behind

Sara Speicher, WACC UK Development Manager, attended the recent “European Development Days” in Brussels.

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Faith and hope in Quebec City

There are great expectations at the SIGNIS Congress, where film director Martin Scorsese will be giving a Q&A following a screening of his most recent film Silence. Later in the programme, participants will witness a public tribute to Scorsese’s lifetime’s dedication to cinema.

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