"Ten Days for World Development Education and Action Guide: February 4-14, 1994".
"Editor: Debbie Culbertson". -- p. .
"February 1994". -- p. .
TEN DAYS is supported by the Anglican, Evangelical Lutheran, Presbyterian and United Churches, and by the Canadian Catholic Organization for Development and Peace (C.C.O.D.P.), and the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA)." --p. 48.
Includes bibliographical references, p. 50-52.
"On the global playing field from which communism has so recently been ejected, democracy is the political system which appears to have won the game. But it's a hollow triumph. As Rev. Chipenda points out in this booklet, poverty, hunger, and torture still exist in some 'democratic' countries. What is the connection between democracy and poverty, voting and hunger ? And how can people around the world have more of a say in the decisions which affect their lives ? This booklet provides you with examples of people and communities who are expanding our understanding of democracy and its relationship to development". -- Intro., p. .
Contents divided into six main sections: Thinking about Democracy -- Case Studies -- Theology -- Action -- Popular Education -- Resources for Further Study.
Contents: Introduction / Debbie Culbertson -- Thinking about Democracy: Development Demands Democracy / Dennis Howlett -- Characteristics of Democracy / Andre du Toit-- Practising What We Preach: Democracy Questions / Deborah Marshall -- Case Studies: Unfinished Business: Democracy in Central America / Bob Carty -- El Salvador: Consensus Politics in Suchitoto / Michael S. Wieman and Gabriela Boyer -- 'Adelante !' Women in El Salvador / Virginia R. Smith -- Revisiting Democracy in Africa / Jose Belo Chipenda -- Aboriginal Self-Government -- Sovereignty or Assimilation ? / Tim Schouls, John Olthuis and Diane Engelstad-- A Government of Our Own Design / David Kanatawakhon-Maracle -- In a Different Voice / Winnifred Giesbretch -- Theology: Dialogue on Democracy / Christopher Lind and Marilyn Legge -- Contextual Theology -- Doing Our Own Theology -- Action: Democracy Demands Action -- Popular Education: What's in the Bag ?: A Game about Power -- Democracy Role Play -- Resources for Further Study: Resources -- Inter-Church Coalitions.
"Our Destiny is NOT Negotiable" / Arthur Solomon printed on inside front cover.
"Regional/Provincial Representatives" printed on inside back cover.
"Writing and Production: Diane Engelstad". -- p. 16.
"Design: Saskia Rowley". -- p. 16.
"Cartoons: Aeden Maconachy". -- p. 16.
"This booklet was prepared by General Synod Communications, 1992". -- p. 16.
"Your diocese has elected you as a representative at General Synod. Now What ?! We hope this booklet will help you answer that question .. and perhaps a few of the questions you would would ask if you knew the answer to the first one. We'd like to help you feel as confident as possible about your task -- a considerable one -- as a member of the 33rd  General Synod". -- p. .
Contents: The Structure of the Anglican Church -- Background to General Synod -- On Your Mark -- Get Set -- Go -- People: Overseeing the Actions of the General Synod -- Structural and Procedural Matters: Enabling Ideas to Become Actions -- The Decision Process: Turning Ideas into Actions -- A Word About Financing -- Glossary -- Do you know your ABCs ? [Acronyms] -- Ryerson Campus [Map].
Contents: Preface / Diane Engelstand -- Introduction / John Bird -- Canadian History : An Aboriginal Perspective / Georges Erasmus and Joe Sanders -- The Basic Dilemma : Sovereignty or Assimilation / Tim Schouls, John Olthuis and Diane Engelstad -- Calling Creation into our Family / Stan McKay -- The Land is the Boss : How Stewardship can Bring Us Together / Gary Potts -- Culture and Sovereignty / Joanne Barnaby -- Political Self-sufficiency / Michael Asch -- Aboriginal Women and Self-government / Bernice Hammersmith -- Specific Claims Policy : Too Little Too Late / Roger Townshend -- Comprehensive Claims : One Step Forward, Two Steps Back / Murray Angus -- Resorting to Court : Can the Judiciary Deliver Justice for First Nations ? / Patrick Macklem -- Self-Determination and the Criminal Justice System / Len Sawatsky -- Rebuilding Community after the Residential School Experience / Maggie Hodgson -- The Indian Agent System and Our Move to Self-Government / Burton Jacobs -- Nitassinan : Caribou and F-16s / Napes Ashini -- Nitassinan : Nation to Nation / Peter Penashue -- Regaining Control at Fort Good Hope / Fort Good Hope Community Council -- Ingenika Point : No More Riverboats / Waldemar Braul -- -- From Cedar Lake to Easterville : Mourning for What My People Lost / Elsie Fiddler -- Kanesatake : The Summer of 1990 / Ellen Gabriel -- Fighting Back / Loran Thompson -- Walpole Island : Sustainable Development / Dean Jacobs -- Walpole Island in 2005 : A View from the Future / Nin.da.waab.jig, Walpole Island Heritage Centre -- Growing Together from the Earth / Gary Potts -- Thoughts and Reflections / Ethel Fuhr -- Stewardship and Solidarity / John Olthuis -- "Are You Willing to Listen ?" / Rene Fumoleau -- Bibles and Blockades / Lorraine Land -- Oka : 1990 and Beyond / Lois Cape -- Native Issues as a Point of Entry / Murray Angus -- Afterword : The Path Ahead / Tim Schouls.
"A report to the Anglican Church of Canada by Romney M. Moseley with Recommendations and a Study Guide" -- t.-p.
"'No Longer Strangers: Ministry in a Multicultural Society' is based on the Moseley Report ("Ministry in a Multicultural Society"). Part I was adapted from the text of the report, omitting a chapter entitled 'Sociological Analysis', and adding new information about decisions by General Synod, to whom the Moseley Report was submitted in June 1992. The study material in Part II was not part of the Moseley Report but was prepared for this publication by Diane Engelstad" -- p. .
Contents divided into two parts: Part I and Part Part II.
Contents: Foreword / Michael G. Peers -- Part I -- Part II.
Contents of Part I: Introduction -- Using the Study -- About the Study -- Study Methods -- The Participants -- Questionnaire Responses -- Anglican Identity and Outlook -- Worship and Congregational Life -- Leadership -- Theology -- Ethnic Congregations -- Views of Canadian Society -- Multiculturalism -- Focus Groups -- Worship and Congregational Life -- Leadership -- Theology -- Ethnic Congregations -- Conclusions -- Understanding Cultural Identity -- Links with the Worldwide Anglican Communion -- "Ethnic" Congregations -- Worship and Liturgy -- Leadership -- Recommendations for Next Steps -- Postscript.
Contents of Part II: Questions and Activities -- Questions for Reflection and Study -- Parish Activities -- For the Diocese -- Bible Studies -- Bible Study Introduction and Leadership Notes -- Bible Study 1: The Gospel Affirms Cultural Identity -- Bible Study 2: The Gospel Transcends Cultural Identity -- Bible Study 3: For You Were Sojourners: Multiculturalism and Hospitality -- Bible Study 4: Disciples of All Nations: Multiculturalism and Baptism -- Bible Study 5: By the Same Spirit: Multiculturalism and Pentecost -- Bible Study 6: Of Every Race and Nation: Multiculturalism and the Eucharist -- Collects and Prayers -- Appendix I: General Synod Policy and Statement and Principles, June 1992 -- Appendix II: Questionnaire: Ministry in a Multicultural Society -- Appendix III: A Dialogue: Learnings from the Multicultural Study / Ken Fung and Roland Kawano.
The complete text of the Moseley Report is available in the Library and Resource Centre as a spiral bound document "Ministry in a Multicultural Society", catalogued separately.
"The PWRDF Parish Handbook was prepared by the PWRDF Program Animation Committee. Research/Writing: Diane Engelstad. Editor: Sue Stevens." -- p. .
"First edition copyright February 1995 PWRDF". -- p. .
Contents divided into three sections: First Things First -- Tools -- Finding What You Need.
Contents: [Prefatory Letter] / Michael G. Peers, Archbishop and Primate -- What is the Parish Representative's Role ? -- Where Do I Begin ? -- Year at a Glance -- Connections in the Parish -- Recruiting Co-workers -- How to Run a Committee -- Worship -- "Oh no, I've been asked to preach !" -- Organizing a PWRDF Event -- Education Ideas -- Hot to Tell the Story: Communication and Publicity -- Who Do You Call ? -- Resources -- Questions and Answers about the Primate's Fund -- Evaluation Form.
"Written and produced by Alan and Dian Engelstad for the Native Education Awareness Raising (NEAR) program of the Council of Christian Reformed Churches in Canada ... c1988". -- front cover.
"Copyright 1988. Revisions made 1991". -- p. .
"In 1973, the Council of Christian Reformed Churches in Canada decided to enter into a minstry among Canadian Native people, 'to proclaim Jesus Christ in Word and Deed'. .... The Native Education Awareness Raising (NEAR) program was set up in 1981 to encourage greater understanding within the church, of Native ministry and the people the ministry seeks to serve. .... 'We Worship That Way' is the next step. The purpose of the study guide and the accompanying resources is to help build bridges of understanding between native people and non-native people. Only in this way can we as a denomination learn what it means to build up the Body of Christ together". -- Intro.
Contents: Acknowledgements -- Introduction - Using the Study Guide -- Study Sessions -- Journal -- Leader's Guide -- Presentation Scripts -- Readings -- Other NEAR Resources -- NEAR Statement of Purpose -- Evaluation Form.
Plastic coil binding.
Resource kit originally included: study guide, one videocassette and two audio cassettes. OTCH does NOT have audio cassettes.