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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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Spreading the WACC word

K C Wong recalls Karin Achtelstetter's recent visit to Hong Kong.

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New opportunities for collaboration in Japan: Living water for WACC

When the Chancellor of Kwassui Women’s University in Nagasaki (Japan), Mr Takashi Yuguchi, contacted me to apply for corporate membership in WACC, it was a significant step – as it was not only one department, but the entire university which sought to be related to WACC and its programs.

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Celebrating with CWM and living our partnership

WACC General Secretary Karin Achtelstetter is in Asia where the first stop of her trip was Singapore – the headquarters of WACC’s partner, the Council for World Mission (CWM), which is celebrating its 40th anniversary.

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Sharing communication rights with humanitarian aid actors

Karin Achtelstetter, WACC General Secretary, writes this blog from the CDAC Global Forum and Members Council meeting in Bangkok (Thailand).

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