An Evangelical Voice at
Serving a constituency of some 600 million evangelical Christians, the World Evangelical Alliance (WEA) is uniquely positioned to represent an evangelical voice at the United Nations (UN). Since the relocation of its Headquarters to New York in 2010, the WEA has increased its engagement at the UN promoting peace and reconciliation, advocating for the poor and needy, and also communicating evangelical beliefs and values.
The WEA holds Special Consultative Status in the Economic and Social Council of the UN (ECOSOC) which serves as the central forum for discussing international economic and social issues, and for formulating policy recommendations addressed to Member States and the United Nations system.
The WEA is also accredited to the UN Department of Public Information.
The World Evangelical Alliance (WEA), the Middle East Concern (MEC) and the Protestant Church of Algeria, (Église Protestante d’Algérie – EPA) submitted a joint written
India: Anti-Conversion Laws Incentivize Violence Against Religious Minorities – Submission to the Human Rights Council
The World Evangelical Alliance (WEA) and the Evangelical Fellowship of India (EFI) submitted a joint written statement to the Human Rights Council’s 46th session, which
The World Evangelical Alliance reported to the Human Rights Committee, on 4 January 2021, on the situation of human rights, such as the right to
The World Evangelical Alliance, together with the Commission of the Churches on International Affairs of the World Council of Churches, Baptist World Alliance, Nepal Christian
The WEA, jointly with the Salvation Army, addressed human trafficking issues in Malawi, in a pre-session briefing ahead of the 36th session of the Universal
The World Evangelical Alliance addressed religious freedom and the penalties for apostasy and blasphemy, in a pre-session briefing ahead of the 36th session of the