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Prayers & Meditation for COP27

08 Aug 2022  |  Author: Bishop Philip Huggins and Ms Sarwat Tasneem, Members of the Interfaith Liaison Committee to the UNFCCC  | Theme: Public theology and ethics; Civil society and politics


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About Peace and Peacemaking Now by Bishop Philip Huggins

27 Jul 2022  |  Author: Bishop Philip Huggins  | Theme: Public theology and ethics; Leadership and institutions

I wonder, can we again pray and meditate on this Universal Prayer for Peace in the days to and on September 21, the UN International Day of Peace? When? As part of our daily spiritual practice and perhaps also at noon. Then again, perhaps, during this year's October Week of Prayers, to coincide with UN Day on October 24.
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Australia and the Nuclear Ban Treaty by Peter Hooton (first published in The Interpreter, The Lowy Institute)

08 Jul 2022  |  Author: Dt Peter Hooton  | Theme: Civil society and politics; Public theology and ethics

If disarmament is to be truly realistic, the world needs to change the conversation about nuclear weapons.
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Prayerful and Practical Support for Sri Lanka by Bishop Philip Huggins

01 Jul 2022  |  Author:   | Theme: Civil society and politics; Leadership and institutions

Bishop Huggins delivered this reflection at the Jerusan Healing Ministry – Prayer Wail for Sri Lanka on 25 June 2022. In Luke 9:11-17, we see Jesus heal those who need to be healed. Then, after His teaching and healing ministry, given that the day was drawing to a close, we see Jesus responding to people’s physical needs- ensuring the five thousand have the food they need before returning to their homes and villages.
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Pacific labour mobility and the existential threat of climate change by Peter Hooton (first published in The Interpreter, The Lowy Institute)

24 Jun 2022  |  Author: Dr Peter Hooton  | Theme: Civil society and politics; Public theology and ethics

The consolidation of Australia’s identity as an Asia-Pacific nation is a work in progress. It is as a consistently attentive and engaged Asia-Pacific nation – rather than as a US ally or a European outpost – that Australia will fit in most comfortably with its neighbours and be of most service to its friends further afield. However, in the Pacific, Canberra’s fossil-fuelled failure to take seriously its domestic and international responsibilities for reducing greenhouse gas emissions – in the face of the grave threat posed to Pacific island states by global warming – has done enormous damage to Australia’s standing.
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