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Fykse Tveit with Duffé

Gen. Sec. of World Council of Churches, Rev. Olav Fykse Tveit (right) with Mgr Bruno-Marie Duffé, Secretary of Vatican's office for Integral Human Development. Photo credit: WCC/Marianne Ejdersten

Vatican and WCC plan world conference on combating xenophobia

15/12/2017 16:44

The Vatican and the World Council of Churches have concluded a meeting exploring ways of combating xenophobia that is often provoked and exploited by populist policies

The Holy See’s Permanent Observer to the United Nations, Archbishop Bernardito Auza

The Holy See’s Permanent Observer to the United Nations, Archbishop Bernardito Auza

Vatican to United Nations: Human rights are inviolable

03/11/2016 09:39

The Holy See’s Permanent Observer to the United Nations, Archbishop Bernardito Auza, said the “human rights of every individual, rooted in the innate dignity of the human person, are inviolable, without distinction.”

 

Mourners pay their respects at the Emanuel Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina

Mourners pay their respects at the Emanuel Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina

Suspect caught in US Church shooting

19/06/2015 08:25

The fatal shooting of 9 people at a historic black church in Charleston, South Carolina has provoked strong reactions from political, church and civil rights leaders across the U.S. and resurrected debate over the country’s controversial gun laws

 

Military and Police have been deployed to arrest and detain foreign nationals.

Military and Police have been deployed to arrest and detain foreign nationals.

South Africa and xenophobia, one month on

13/05/2015 14:11

South Africa is still struggling to face underlying issues which led to xenophobic violence which killed at least six people.