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Justice, Peace and Creation Care

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NCCA is committed to the churches working together for justice, peace and the care of creation.

The NCCA coordinates networks from member churches for mutual support and participation, connecting networks of expertise & experience, and enabling the voice from the margins to be heard.

The pages that are included in this section of our website refer to projects, workshops and resources that have been produced by our networks with the assistance of the NCCA. They cover issues that we have formerly listed as work of the Social Justice Network and the Eco Mission Network. The amalgamation of these areas reflects the interconnectedness and interdependency of each in our common home.

Concerns and issues that you will find on these pages may include:

- Climate Justice

- Family and Domestic violence

- Gender-based violence

- Modern Slavery 

- Our Pacific neighbours

 

The NCCA has a number of programs and taskforces working ecumenically. You can find these under the OUR WORK menu of the NCCA home page 

They include: 

AUSTRALIAN CHURCHES REFUGEE TASKFORCE (ACRT)

ACRT is committed to offering a strong Christian moral voice into what has become a heated and hostile public debate.

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FIRST NATIONS

NCCA is committed to the churches working together for justice for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians, and for the healing of our peoples.  

We support and affirm the Uluru Statement from the Heart.

   

SAFE CHURCH PROGRAM

For over a decade, the NCCA Safe Church Program has led the ecumenical endeavour to make Australian Churches safe for children and vulnerable people. It works across all denominations to support churches in their safeguarding journey. 

 

ACT FOR PEACE

The international humanitarian agency of the National Council of Churches in Australia.

 

Ecumenical Accompaniment Program in Palestine and Israel (EAPPI)

Volunteers travel to Israel and Palestine, spend three months living and working alongside families living under military occupation to become a protective presence as an international observer. 

 
       

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

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