Peace

Central African Republic: Peace Process Needs Be Intensified and Include Interfaith Platform Leaders (in French)

At the Human Rights Council’s 46th session, the World Evangelical Alliance and Caritas Internationalis made a statement on the human rights situation in CAR, calling for national reconciliation with the participation of leaders of the Interfaith Platform, who enjoy moral authority in the society, as well as the restoration of State authority. We also re-iterated …

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République Centrafricaine: Les efforts pour la paix et contre l’impunité doivent s’intensifier

A la 45ème session du conseil des droits de l’homme, l’Alliance Evangélique Mondiale appelle à l’intensification et l’accélération de la lutte contre l’impunité. Ces efforts doivent être davantage soutenus, pour que la lutte contre l’impunité déploie pleinement ses effets et contribue à ce que les Centrafricains puissent vivre à nouveau sereinement dans un pays pacifié, …

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WEA Expresses Concerns over Israeli Plans to Annex Palestinian Territories – Statement to the Human Rights Council 44th Session

During the interactive dialogue with the Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in the Palestinian territories occupied since 1967 at the Human Rights Council, the World Evangelical Alliance expressed deep concerns over plans for Israel to annex large areas of the West Bank, and expressed the hope that all actors will work in …

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Syria: The conflict is affecting the plurality of religious communities – Oral Statement at the Human Rights Council

The World Evangelical Alliance (WEA) delivered an oral statement to the Human Rights Council’s 43rd session, March 10, 2020, addressing its deep concern for the ongoing conflict and the way it is affecting Christians and other religious communities.

Nigeria: Government Needs to Do More to Stem the Herdsmen-Farmers Violence – Joint written statement to the HRC 39th session

Joint written statement submitted by the Commission of the Churches on International Affairs of the World Council of Churches and the World Evangelical Alliance to the Human Rights Council’s thirty-ninth session (10-28 September 2018) under Agenda item 4: Human rights situations that require the Council’s attention.

Central African Republic: Action in Support of National Reconciliation and Respect for Human Rights – Joint report to the UPR 31st session

The World Evangelical Alliance, jointly with other stakeholders, submitted a report to the 31st session of the Universal Periodic Review, on the human rights situation in CAR, calling for national reconciliation, restoration of State authority, right to education and protection of children, and to fight impunity and ensure justice for victims of war crimes and …

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