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PWRDF and ACT International continue to respond to floods in Asia

Asia Pacific Stories, Emergency Response Stories

The Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund (PWRDF) and all members of Action by Churches Together, (ACT) International have been responding to one of the […]

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World Indigenous Day: Canadian NGO’s call on the government to end its unprincipled campaign against the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

Campaigns and Advocacy Stories, Canada Stories, Indigenous Stories

José Zarate and Diana Mavunduse In an open letter marking the 13th commemoration of the International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples, which took place August […]

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ACT International calls for continued commitment to humanitarian response and peace efforts in Darfur

Africa Stories, Emergency Response Stories, Refugees and Migrants Stories

GENEVA, August 3, 2007–The global alliance Action by Churches Together (ACT)International urges the international community to increase its response to the grave humanitarian crisis in […]

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Call for Nominations for PWRDF Board of Directors

PWRDF Events

The Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund (PWRDF) is seeking nominations for three positions on the PWRDF Board of Directors. The deadline for nominations is […]

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UPDATE: Latest PWRDF emergency responses

Emergency Response Stories

The Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund (PWRDF) through its partners is providing emergency assistance to the people affected by conflict in the Gaza Strip […]

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Canada plays host to the 5th Continental meeting of Indigenous Women of the Americas

Canada Stories, Indigenous Stories, Women Stories

Diana Mavunduse From July 9-11, 2007 more than 300 Indigenous Women of the Americas will be gathering in Kahnawake, Quebec for their Fifth Continental meeting […]

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Update on the Campaign to Stop the Killings in the Philippines

Asia Pacific Stories, Campaigns and Advocacy Stories, Ecumenical Stories, Featured

Over 850 people involved in human rights work have been murdered in the Philippines since 2001, and the situation is growing worse. In response to […]

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