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Anglican Peace and Justice Network : Community transformation : violence and the Church's response : Anglican Peace and Justice Network Meeting in Rwanda and Burundi : 25 September - 3 October 2007

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog6537
Publication Date
c2008
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BX 5006 P4 C6 2007
Corporate Author
Anglican Peace and Justice Network
Place
[New York NY]
Publisher
Anglican Peace and Justice Network
Publication Date
c2008
Physical_Description
vi, 58 p. : ill. ; 28 x 21.5 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
At head of title: APJN.
"Editing and research services were provided by John Ratti, Margaret Larom, and Gary Williams on behalf of the Rev. Canon Brian Grieves, director of the Advocacy Center, Episcopal Church, USA, and secretary of the Anglican Peace and Justice Network". -- verso of t.-p.
"Printing was done by Mission Graphics, a printing ministry of the Episcopal Church of Our Savior in Chinatown, New York City (www.ecoserve.org)". -- verso of t.-p.
"Under the inspired leadership of the Rt. Rev. Pie Ntukamazina, Bishop of Bujumbura, Burundi, members of the Anglican Peace and Justice Network representing 17 provinces of the Anglican Communion were hosted by the Anglican churches of Rwanda and Burundi from 25 September to 3 October 2007. ... The gathering was focused intentionally upon conflict resolution, exploring the role of violence and civil unrest in societies and considering how best the church might respond to these contemporary realities. Many members of the Network brought moving reports of their own experience of living in conflict situations". -- p. 1.
Contents divided into four main sections: Section One: The Rwanda / Burundi Meeting -- Section Two: Peace Conferences and Consultations -- Section Three: Voices from the Communion -- Section Four: Resources.
Contents: Acknowledgements -- About Us -- Mission Statement -- Foreword dated May 2009 / Dr. Jenny Plane Te Paa, Convenor, APJN Steering Committee -- APJN 2007 Participants -- Section One: The Rwanda / Burundi Meeting -- APJN Triennial Meeting in Rwanda and Burundi, 2007 -- Section Two: Peace Conferences and Consultations -- Korea: Towards Peace and Reconciliation (TOPIK) / Jeremiah Yang -- South Africa: Towards Effective Anglican Mission (TEAM) -- Melanesia: Healing Past Hurts: A Way Forward -- Sudan: Let Us Move from Violence to Peace -- Section Three: Voices from the Communion -- Religion and Violence / Alexander John Malik -- Liberation Theology as a Test for Authentic Religion: The Case of Palestine / Naim Ateek -- Impact of Crisis on Community Life: Report from Burundi / Pie Ntukamazina -- Church's Role in Building Peace: Congo is Key to Stability of Great Lakes Region / Sylvestre Bahati Bali-Busane -- Article 9 and Peace in Asia: Anglicans Support Japan's Peace Constitution / Toshi Yamamoto -- The Amazon: Ecocide and Environmental Debt, Neo-Colonialism and Responsibility / Luiz Prado -- Section Four: Resources -- Knowledge about Conflict and Peace / Samson Wassara -- Decade to Overcome Violence, 2001-2010 / World Council of Churches -- Creative Peacemaking / Episcopal Peace Fellowship (USA) -- From the Ashes of Coventry Cathedral / Community of the Cross of Nails -- More Resources and Models for Conflict Resolution.
Canadian participants: Maylanne Maybee and Cynthia Patterson.
OTCH copy donated by Suzanne Lawson contains some yellow highlighting in text.
Added Entry
APJN
Ateek, Naim Stifan, 1937-
Bali-Busane, Sylvestre Bahati
Malik, Alexander (Alexander John), 1944-
Ntukamazina, Pie, 1952-
Prado, Luiz Osorio Pires, 1943-2009
Wassara, Samson S.
Yamamoto, Toshi
Yang, Jeremiah
Subjects
Anglican Peace and Justice Network
Anglican Peace and Justice Network. Meeting (2007 : Rwanda and Burundi)
Conflict management - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Violence - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Korean reunification question (1945- ) - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Korea
Korea - History - 1945-
Towards Effective Anglican Mission (2007 : Boksburg, South Africa)
Violence - Solomon Islands
Reconciliation - Religious aspects - Church of the Province of Melanesia
Sudan - Politics and government - 1985-
Violence - Religious aspects - Church of the Province of the Sudan
Palestinian Arabs - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Palestinian Arabs - Israel
Burundi - Politics and government
Burundi - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Congo (Democratic Republic) - Politics and government
Anglican Church of Congo
Peace - Japan
Peace - Religious aspects - Holy Catholic Church in Japan
War - Religious aspects - Holy Catholic Church in Japan
Ecology - Brazil
Ecology - Religious aspects - Episcopal Anglican Church of Brazil
Call Number
BX 5006 P4 C6 2007
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Anglican Peace and Justice Network : Community transformation : violence and the Church's response : Anglican Peace and Justice Network Meeting in Rwanda and Burundi : 25 September - 3 October 2007

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog8669
Publication Date
c2008
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BX 5006 P4 C6 2007
Corporate Author
Anglican Peace and Justice Network
Place
[New York NY]
Publisher
Anglican Peace and Justice Network
Publication Date
c2008
Physical_Description
vi, 58 p. : ill. ; 28 x 21.5 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
At head of title: APJN.
"Editing and research services were provided by John Ratti, Margaret Larom, and Gary Williams on behalf of the Rev. Canon Brian Grieves, director of the Advocacy Center, Episcopal Church, USA, and secretary of the Anglican Peace and Justice Network". -- verso of t.-p.
"Printing was done by Mission Graphics, a printing ministry of the Episcopal Church of Our Savior in Chinatown, New York City (www.ecoserve.org)". -- verso of t.-p.
"Under the inspired leadership of the Rt. Rev. Pie Ntukamazina, Bishop of Bujumbura, Burundi, members of the Anglican Peace and Justice Network representing 17 provinces of the Anglican Communion were hosted by the Anglican churches of Rwanda and Burundi from 25 September to 3 October 2007. ... The gathering was focused intentionally upon conflict resolution, exploring the role of violence and civil unrest in societies and considering how best the church might respond to these contemporary realities. Many members of the Network brought moving reports of their own experience of living in conflict situations". -- p. 1.
Contents divided into four main sections: Section One: The Rwanda / Burundi Meeting -- Section Two: Peace Conferences and Consultations -- Section Three: Voices from the Communion -- Section Four: Resources.
Contents: Acknowledgements -- About Us -- Mission Statement -- Foreword dated May 2009 / Dr. Jenny Plane Te Paa, Convenor, APJN Steering Committee -- APJN 2007 Participants -- Section One: The Rwanda / Burundi Meeting -- APJN Triennial Meeting in Rwanda and Burundi, 2007 -- Section Two: Peace Conferences and Consultations -- Korea: Towards Peace and Reconciliation (TOPIK) / Jeremiah Yang -- South Africa: Towards Effective Anglican Mission (TEAM) -- Melanesia: Healing Past Hurts: A Way Forward -- Sudan: Let Us Move from Violence to Peace -- Section Three: Voices from the Communion -- Religion and Violence / Alexander John Malik -- Liberation Theology as a Test for Authentic Religion: The Case of Palestine / Naim Ateek -- Impact of Crisis on Community Life: Report from Burundi / Pie Ntukamazina -- Church's Role in Building Peace: Congo is Key to Stability of Great Lakes Region / Sylvestre Bahati Bali-Busane -- Article 9 and Peace in Asia: Anglicans Support Japan's Peace Constitution / Toshi Yamamoto -- The Amazon: Ecocide and Environmental Debt, Neo-Colonialism and Responsibility / Luiz Prado -- Section Four: Resources -- Knowledge about Conflict and Peace / Samson Wassara -- Decade to Overcome Violence, 2001-2010 / World Council of Churches -- Creative Peacemaking / Episcopal Peace Fellowship (USA) -- From the Ashes of Coventry Cathedral / Community of the Cross of Nails -- More Resources and Models for Conflict Resolution.
Canadian participants: Maylanne Maybee and Cynthia Patterson.
OTCH copy donated by Suzanne Lawson contains some yellow highlighting in text.
Added Entry
APJN
Ateek, Naim Stifan, 1937-
Bali-Busane, Sylvestre Bahati
Malik, Alexander (Alexander John), 1944-
Ntukamazina, Pie, 1952-
Prado, Luiz Osorio Pires, 1943-2009
Wassara, Samson S. (Samson Samuel), 1957-
Yamamoto, Toshi
Yang, Jeremiah (Jeremiah Guen Seok)
Subjects
Anglican Peace and Justice Network
Anglican Peace and Justice Network. Meeting (2007 : Rwanda and Burundi)
Conflict management - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Violence - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Korean reunification question (1945- ) - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Korea
Korea - History - 1945-
Towards Effective Anglican Mission (2007 : Boksburg, South Africa)
Violence - Solomon Islands
Reconciliation - Religious aspects - Church of the Province of Melanesia
Sudan - Politics and government - 1985-
Violence - Religious aspects - Church of the Province of the Sudan
Palestinian Arabs - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Palestinian Arabs - Israel
Burundi - Politics and government
Burundi - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Congo (Democratic Republic) - Politics and government
Anglican Church of Congo
Peace - Japan
Peace - Religious aspects - Holy Catholic Church in Japan
War - Religious aspects - Holy Catholic Church in Japan
Ecology - Brazil
Ecology - Religious aspects - Episcopal Anglican Church of Brazil
Call Number
BX 5006 P4 C6 2007
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Cantuar tells opening TEAM Eucharist follow martyrs' example, break down barriers between people

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article34571
Author
Davies, Matthew
Schonberg, Mary Frances
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican World
Date
2007 Eastertide
Author
Davies, Matthew
Schonberg, Mary Frances
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican World
Date
2007 Eastertide
Issue
125
Page
5
Notes
Preaching at the opening Eucharist of the Towards Effective Anglican Mission conference held in Boksburg, South Africa from 7-14 March 2007, Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams, told 1000 people in the church that "the Holy Spirit looks like the person next to you" and that "the Holy Spirit is revealed in the faces of those who are 'trying to do the work of Jesus Christ'. All are called, Dr. Williams said, 'to tell the world that every voice matters'."
See also article "TEAM : The Millennium Development Goals and our Anglican Mission", pp. 4-5.
Subjects
Williams, Rowan D. (Rowan Douglas), 1950-
Towards Effective Anglican Mission (2007 : Boksburg, South Africa)
Anglican Communion - Congresses
Missions - Anglican Communion - Congresses
Church and the world - Anglican Communion
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Conference tackles AIDS, poverty issues

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article34496
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican Journal
Date
2007 April
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican Journal
Date
2007 April
Volume
133
Issue
4
Page
13
Notes
The TEAM conference (Towards Effective Anglican Mission) held 7-14 March 2007 in Boksburg, South Africa, brought about 350 delegates and speakers from around the Anglican Communion to discuss comprehensive approaches to aid and development.
Subjects
Towards Effective Anglican Mission (2007 : Boksburg, South Africa)
Anglican Communion - Congresses
Social justice - Anglican Communion
Millennium Development Goals - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Te Paa, Jenny (Jennifer) Plane
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Mission as seen from the dance floor

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article36220
Author
Maybee, Maylanne (Whittall), 1949-
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Ministry Matters
Date
2008 Fall
Author
Maybee, Maylanne (Whittall), 1949-
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Ministry Matters
Date
2008 Fall
Volume
14
Issue
1
Page
10-12
Notes
The author, Ecojustice Coordinator for the Anglican Church of Canada, describes her participation in two global Anglican Communion events. In March 2007 she attended "Towards Effective Anglican Mission (TEAM): an International Conference on Prophetic Witness, Social Development, and HIV and AIDS" in Boksburg, South Africa. "In September 2007 I attended a meeting of Anglican Peace and Justice Network (APJN) in the Great Lakes region of Africa, on the theme of post-conflict resolution and reconciliation".
Speaking of the TEAM Conference and the MDGs (Millennium Development Goals) she comments: "I have been a slow convert to the MDGs. They are neither so clearly rooted in our scriptural tradition, nor do they have the same emphasis on God's economy of abundance and sufficiency. They have been criticized for reflecting the approach of people who think they already know the answers, who regard poverty as an engineering problem that needs only a technical solution, who impose their own response to the 'problem' of poor countries." Hellen Wangusa, the Ugandan-born Anglican Observer at the United Nations, addressed the TEAM conference and "reminded us that the Anglican Communion's commitment goes far beyond 2015, and that its mandate is not only to tend to the poor, but also to address the responsibility of the rich. In her wisdom, she understood that the power of the MDGs lies in the fact that that they name distant and abstract realities, making them specific and direct".
At the APJN meeting which took place in both Rwanda and Burundi, participants toured places of remembrance for acts of genocide committed in 1994 and 1997 and heard stories of "courage, witness and reconciliation from [meeting participants from] Uganda, Kenya, the Philippines, and Korea ... In every case, I was deeply impressed by the role of the Anglican church -- a role of social analysis, prophetic witness, of healing, and compassion. The factors that define God's mission are not the same in every place. They do not have a deadline and cannot be quantified or monitored. Hellen Wangusa expressed this recently at an American conference called 'Everyone, everywhere'. She said that to her MDGs have always stood for the 'Mission Driven Goals' of the Anglican church in her part of Africa. These MDGs were the kind that shaped Sunday school and catechism classed, ensuring that 'everyone, everywhere' learned to read and write. These MDGs shaped communities that gave rise to the likes of Archbishop Janani Luwum, Stephen Biko, and Archbishop Desmond Tutu, helping to form them and given them the courage to speak truth to power, and inspire those around them".
Subjects
Towards Effective Anglican Mission (2007 : Boksburg, South Africa)
Millennium Development Goals - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Anglican Peace and Justice Network. Meeting (2007 : Rwanda and Burundi)
Missions - Anglican Communion - Congresses
Wangusa, Hellen (Hellen Grace Akwii), 1956-
Rwanda - History - Civil War, 1994
Rwanda - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
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TEAM : The Millennium Development Goals and our Anglican Mission

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article34570
Author
Kafwanka, John K. (John Kaoma), 1966-
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican World
Date
2007 Eastertide
Author
Kafwanka, John K. (John Kaoma), 1966-
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican World
Date
2007 Eastertide
Issue
125
Page
4-5
Notes
"TEAM -- Towards Effective Anglican Mission, an international conference on prophetic witness, Social Development and HIV and AIDS has completed its meeting 7-14 March 2007] in [Boksburg] Southern Africa, with a vision and hope for mission in the days ahead. The gathering had its background in ideas stemming from the Primates' Meeting -- Kanuga 2000. The All Africa Anglican Conference on HIV and AIDS held in Boksburg in 2001, the idea of an Anglican gathering to coincide with Lambeth 2008 and the Afro-Anglican conference -- Toronto 2005". The conference was attended by over 350 participants from some 50 countries representing more than 30 Provinces of the Anglican Communion. "The TEAM Conference was organised in the context of the United Nations Millennium Development Goals (MDGs)". "The choice of the venue of the conference (Boksburg, Johannesburg) was in [a] sense to commemorate the earlier 'First Pan African Anglican Consultation on HIV and AIDS', which met in the same venue in 2001. Archbishop Ndungane rightly called the TEAM Conference 'Boksburg II'. By the end of the Conference, it was felt that Boksburg III (without confining it to South Africa or Africa) would be inevitable in 2014, just before the target year for MDGs". Conference speakers included: Archbishop Njongonkulu Ndungane, Archbishop Rowan Williams, Ms. Sheila Sisulu (World Food Programme Deputy Director), Fr. Michael Lapsley, and Anglican UN Observer Ms. Hellen Wangusa who "challenged the Church to develop a sound biblical and theological basis for implementing and analysing the MDGs". "The Five Marks of Mission as espoused by the world-wide Anglican Communion understands mission in a holistic sense, and therefore most Anglican Provinces and Dioceses understood MDGs as part of their mission work. In fact those at TEAM felt that the Church must aim higher than the MDGs, and should challenge the governments to do the same".
See also article "Cantuar tells opening TEAM Eucharist follow martyrs' example, break down barriers between people", p. 5.
Subjects
Towards Effective Anglican Mission (2007 : Boksburg, South Africa)
Millennium Development Goals - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Anglican Communion - Congresses
Missions - Anglican Communion - Congresses
AIDS (Disease) - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
AIDS (Disease) - Religious aspects - Church of the Province of Southern Africa
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