The WCC and the World Conference Against Racism (WCAR)

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WCC press releases

  • Update: WCAR: another chance to start again (08.09.01)
  • Update: Statement by the World Council of Churches delegation at the UN World Conference Against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance, Durban, South Africa (07.09.01)
  • Archbishop Tutu to deliver Ecumenical Caucus statement at World Conference Against Racism (04.09.01)
  • From the panel to the writing desk: The World Conference Against Racism: no longer a matter of lively and direct encounter but of polishing sentences and paragraphs (03.09.01)
  • "We are making history": WCC delegation at the United Nations World Conference against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance (31.08.01)
  • "Racism no more" is motto of ecumenical delegation at World Conference against Racism (27.08.01)
  • 18.04.01 feature
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  • Common culture between religions needed to end racism (07.09.01)
  • Indigenous protest UNís discriminatory language (07.09.01)
  • South African Christians and international ecumenical movement unite against racism (01.09.01)
  • Don't leave Durban without commitment to improve the lot of victims, anti-racism delegates told (01.09.01)
  • Release your frustrations into a global movement, says UN secretary-general Kofi Annan (31.08.01)
  • Mary Robinson appeals to Australians' compassion (31.08.01)
  • Jewish-Palestinian conflict continues in Durban as church leader calls for tolerance (31.08.01)
  • Stories, free and personal, can combat racism (31.08.01)
  • Palestinian-Israeli conflict: a noisy presence at NGO Forum (31.08.01)
  • WCAR : Mbeki speech to NGO Forum gets mixed reviews (31.08.01)

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