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Action Alert: WCC-EAA invites interfaith chaplains and young counsellors for AIDS 2018

Action Alert: WCC-EAA invites interfaith chaplains and young counsellors for AIDS 2018

The World Council of Churches - Ecumenical Advocacy Alliance is inviting applications for interfaith chaplains and young counsellors to participate at the International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam, July 2018.

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Faith groups must act for children to “Super Fast Track” out of HIV, say experts

Faith groups must act for children to “Super Fast Track” out of HIV, say experts

To help the world’s children become HIV-free, faith groups must help bring UN goals to life through strong advocacy, rapid action and unprecedented collaboration, say experts. Children must be helped onto a “Super Fast Track” to end AIDS or they will die at what Dr Stuart Kean describes as a “shocking” rate.

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AIDS2016 pushes faith communities to respond to epidemic’s new challenges

AIDS2016 pushes faith communities to respond to epidemic’s new challenges

The 2016 International AIDS Conference, which concluded July 22, had its normal dose of science speak, with seminars and workshops ranging from new vaccine trials to the testing of a vaginal ring that appears to dramatically lower the risk of HIV infection in women. Yet from the very first day, it was clear that science is only part of the solution, because AIDS is more than a simple virus.

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Work is not done in HIV response

Work is not done in HIV response

Thirty years into HIV response, will the energy and drive first experienced from the faith-based sector be replaced by fatigue and burnout?

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Faith-based response to HIV must be inclusive

Faith-based response to HIV must be inclusive

A faith-based response to the needs of people living with HIV and AIDS must be inclusive and just, said people in discussion at the Global Village at AIDS2016. “As people of faith, we need to respond to the needs of society and that response should never be governed by conditions that exclude,” said Manoj Kurian, coordinator of the World Council of Churches’ Ecumenical Advocacy Alliance. “Our treatment of people should always be with great compassion.”

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