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June 17, 2014
On Tuesday 24th June 2014 at 6pm AEST, you can take part in a global webinar which will bring people together from every corner of the Anglican Communion. Presenters will talk about how we can all have our voices heard by decision-makers and take part in advocacy initiatives.
You can click on the following link and enter your name to join in this one hour discussion – http://workcast.adobeconnect.com/anglican.
Find out more about how you and your church can speak up and the ways that you can bring your voices to your leaders.
Presenters from Anglican churches and agencies across the Pacific will be online to discuss tools that can be used by the local church to advocate to their governments and encourage their communities to engage in advocacy initiatives.
The webinar follows the Anglican Alliance’s presence at the C20 Summit in Melbourne, Australia, where the voices of Anglicans from the Pacific will be put to world leaders to ask them to take action on climate change.
There will be the opportunity to put questions to the panel throughout the webinar, and a recording of the webinar will be posted online for all to access the day after the event.
If you have any questions about this event, please contact the Anglican Alliance office by emailing
About the Anglican Alliance
|ABM Executive Director John Deane
and Archbishop Albert Chama.
ABM is one of the founding organisations of the Anglican Alliance with the Revd John Deane, ABM’s Executive Director, as one of its Trustees.
Archbishop Albert Chama, Primate of Central Africa and Bishop of Zambia, is Chairperson of the Anglican Alliance. He says this about the organisation:
“The Alliance was set up in 2011 in response to a strong desire across the Anglican Communion to strengthen its commitments to the poor and vulnerable. It brings together the work of the many Anglican mission and development agencies that function within our Church so that the Communion can be more focused in its response and collaboration to humanitarian issues.”
“The Alliance, in my opinion, is a force for good. It enables Anglican Sisters and Brothers in Christ to stand in solidarity, a united voice, to stand up for those who cannot stand up for themselves.”
Agents of Change
One of their initiatives is Agents of Change, the Anglican Alliance distance learning program from UK’s Open University. The program equips global Anglicans who are on the frontline of community development.
The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby encourages people “from all parts of the Anglican Communion to get engaged as students and as Mentors, connecting through the Anglican Alliance.”
Find out more about the Agents of Change program here: