Anglican Peace and Justice Network

Anglican Peace and Justice Network

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March 11, 2010

When the Anglican Peace and Justice Network meets in Geneva, Switzerland, from March 14-20, it will celebrate a major milestone -- 25 years of service to the Anglican Communion in addressing issues of global injustice.

Some 35 members of the APJN representing more than 20 countries are...

September 30, 2007

Hosted by the Anglican Provinces of Rwanda and Burundi, the Anglican Peace and Justice Network (APJN) began its triennial meeting September 25 in Kigali, Rwanda, with a welcome from Rwandese Archbishop Emmanuel Mbona Kolini, who greeted the representatives from 17 provinces (list below) of the...

September 30, 2007

Hosted by the Anglican Provinces of Rwanda and Burundi, the Anglican Peace and Justice Network (APJN) began its triennial meeting September 25 in Kigali, Rwanda, with a welcome from Rwandese Archbishop Emmanuel Mbona Kolini, who greeted the representatives from 17 provinces (list below) of the...

September 22, 2004

We, as members of the Anglican Peace and Justice Network, representing 23 Provinces of the worldwide 75,000,000 member Anglican Communion, have visited the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem over these last 8 days, and during that time have been inspired by the faith of the people in the diocese,...

March 28, 2003

The Anglican Pacifist Fellowship and the Episcopal Peace Fellowship have released a joint statement criticizing the American and British governments for initiating war with Iraq and calling for 'a better way than war to solve our differences.'

'Our Prime Minister and our President are...

August 14, 2002

Members of the international Anglican Peace and Justice Network issued a statement August 12 expressing 'deep dismay at the continuing impasse between Israelis and Palestinians' and deploring 'the unbroken cycle of violence that has claimed too many innocent lives on both sides.' (Full text on...

January 13, 2000

A delegation from the Anglican Peace and Justice Network (APJN) returned from a late-November trip to Burundi sobered by the continuing violence but cautiously hopeful that the fragile peace process may have a chance.

"We were eager to express our solidarity with members of the Episcopal...