1. Different Faiths-Common Action

    News from Religions for Peace: European InterFaith Youth Network

    35 young leaders from Europe, Middle East and North Africa, representing biggest European faith-based organizations as well as social activists and journalists from Egypt, Lebanon and Morocco, took part last week in four days long Dialogue Seminar, in Norway, focusing on 3 subjects: dialogue for solving conflicts, Arab Spring and economical crisis.Religions for Peace and WSCF Europe

    The seminar was followed by 2 days long annual summit of European Interfaith Youth Network, a network of youth organizations from all religions present in Europe, dedicated to implementing its slogan: “Different faiths – Common action”.

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  2. WSCF Executive Committee sets Action Plan

    Committee envisions millions of Christian students speaking out and acting for peace with justice.

    Representatives from the six regions of the World Student Christian Federation (Africa, Asia- Pacific (AP), Europe, Latin America and Caribbean (LAC), Middle East, and North America), officers, staff, and partners gathered last week in Berlin, Germany and set a bold advocacy, prayer, theological reflection, and communications agenda for 2012-2014.

  3. “Guilty or Not Guilty?” Ask Christian Students

    Press Release

    European, Christian students have travelled to Bratislava this week to investigate guilt, sin and morality in today’s context. Guilty or Not Guilty?, a conference organized by WSCF Europe, has brought together 30 students to talk about the financial crisis, crime, and climate change and how moral dilemmas and feelings of guilt are experienced.

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