Susanne Mitchell, Administrator for NIFCON, the Network for Interfaith Concerns, who works two and a half days a week in the Anglican Communion will be assisted by Clare Amos who has been seconded for one day a week from her job as Theological Resource Officer with USPG. Nifcon has also established its own web site [www.anglicannifcon.org]. "Three other key pieces of work are being undertaken: planning is afoot to hold an initial consultation on inter-faith, mission and dialogue issues, between NIFCON and the United Theological College, Bangalore, India, in September 2003. Second, establishment of a Muslim-Christian Digest to monitor relations around the world is projected for early 2003 mainly using the Internet with a printed supplement. Third, the re-establishment of a list of key contacts or correspondents in each Province who will send in reports on their local situation". Also gives an update on the current situation in Fiji following the coup of May 2002 which is to a large extent ethnic and religious i.e. ethnic Fijians are mainly Christians and Indo-Fijians are mainly Hindu. The Co-ordinator of Interfaith Search Fiji (established after the first coup of 1987) is Henry Rigamoto.