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  1. Live Below the Line

    Paul Crome, WSCF Europe Senior Friend, has taken Christian Aid’s challenge to spend 5 days feeding himself with £1 a day – the UK equivalent of the extreme poverty line.

    Why, you might ask?

    To give a glimpse into the lives of 1.4 billion people who have no choice but to live below the line every day – and who have to make £1 cover a lot more than food.

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    Posted by: wscfe-editor on May 2nd, 2012 10:52 am / Continue Reading »

  2. Your Blog Here!

    We want this blogging space to represent your work with WSCF, your Student Christian Movement and YOU. We are always accepting blog posts and if you curious about what to write we have plenty of ideas for you:

    Blogging for WSCF Europe

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  3. Boyfriend went Vegan

    Participants of the Guilty or Not Guitly? conference have been asked to reflect on lectures and their experiences in Bratislava. Annika Foltin from Austria reflects on the YouTube Campaign from PETA seen here during the Blogging workshop. 

    This is so disgusting!

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    Posted by: wscfe-editor on April 10th, 2012 10:30 am / Continue Reading »

  4. Boyfriend went Vegan…

    Participants of the Guilty or Not Guitly? conference have been asked to reflect on lectures and their experiences in Bratislava. Ungvari Eva from Romania reflects on the YouTube Campaign from PETA seen here during the Blogging workshop. 

    We looked at the new campain from Peta “Boyfriend went Vegan”: 

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    Posted by: wscfe-editor on April 5th, 2012 11:49 am / Continue Reading »

  5. Excursion in Bratislava

    Participants of the Guilty or Not Guitly? conference have been asked to reflect on lectures and their experiences in Bratislava. Annika Foltin from Germany/Austria reflects on the Excursion around Bratislava. 

    On Friday morning all the WSCF Europe participants were really excited because it was “Excursion Day” to Bratislava city. We travelled with the Trolleybus and Tram downtown always looking if everyone is still there and no one is missing.

    After we got a little bit lost, we finally reached our first stop, which was the Ustav Pamati Naroda (Nation’s Memory Institute). There we watched a movie about the communism time in Slovakia. After the movie we were allowed to see the archive where a lot of files, microfiche, movies and forbidden books from that the State Security have archived and restored.

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    Posted by: wscfe-editor on April 3rd, 2012 1:48 pm / Continue Reading »

  6. Collective Guilt: A Theological Reflection

    Participants of the Guilty or Not Guitly? conference have been asked to reflect on lectures and their experiences in Bratislava. This is one account from James Jackson from the UK. 

    On Thursday afternoon we were treated to an extremely challenging lecture on ‘Moral Collective Responsibility for Mass Crime’ by N. Dimitrijevic. I think it would be a mistake to separate his thesis from his personal context. Dimitrijevic writes as a Serb living within the aftermath of Serbian crimes of mass violence against Croats and Bosnians. His own personal sense of disgust and despair at the genocidal crimes of his countrymen was palpable and he was explicit about this as the cause of his current research in this area.

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    Posted by: wscfe-editor on April 1st, 2012 9:46 am / Continue Reading »

  7. Reflections & Arrivals

    The reception room here at our hotel is buzzing with backpacks, train tickets, big smiles, WSCF badges, some confused faces and just general excitement. The WSCF conference Guilty or Not Guilty? is about to start!

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    Posted by: wscfe-editor on March 27th, 2012 9:27 am / Continue Reading »

  8. With All Your Mind – A Critical Faith

    Did you know that Great Britain’s SCM just wrapped up their annual conference “With All Your Mind”? Below is a blog from John M. Hull originally posted on www.movement.org.uk where you can find more instalments reflecting on the event. 

    Leading up to SCM’s Annual Conference ‘With All Your Mind’, the professor and theologian John Hull writes the first of a series of blog posts reflecting on the theme of this year’s conferene and asks, “what does it mean to love God with all your mind?”:

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    Posted by: wscfe-editor on February 22nd, 2012 9:27 am / Continue Reading »

  9. New European Regional Committee – New Perspectives

    I just came back from the ERC meeting in Berlin. Meeting the newly elected ERC has been a great pleasure! Although I had a chance to attend only a part of the meeting, I am sure that the persons elected in Denmark are the best choices!

    Welcoming atmosphere of the Regional Office and all the engagement offered by Katka and Jill have been translated in a warm, cheerful and hopeful atmosphere of closeness and understanding. it was wonderful to see as well that the policies we talked about at European Regional Assembly have been implemented. The whole group enjoyed freshly brewed fair trade coffee and eat delicious vegetarian food. So good to see this positive change!ERC Meeting

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    Posted by: wscfe-editor on February 6th, 2012 9:47 am / Continue Reading »

  10. No Climate Refugees?

    How shocking it was to hear that spending time on legal issues about climate refugees is not that important… This is what I have heard during one of the workshops during the People’s Global Action on Migration, Development and Human Rights. The assumption is that the global community takes its time to talk about the frameworks while the green house gasses are accumulating and islands located somewhere in the Pacific are more and more endangered. In my view however we desperately need legal frameworks. We are going to face (sooner or better) the situation, in which populations will loose their land forever.

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    Posted by: wscfe-editor on January 12th, 2012 10:50 am / Continue Reading »

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