Roundup: 9/11, Sri Lanka, school chaplains, divorce
On the tenth anniversary of attacks on the World Trade Centre and the Pentagon, Muslim groups in the USA and around the world have united with people of other religions and of none to condemn terrorism and other forms of violence.
Remembering the thousands of people killed in the coordinated assault on 11 September 2001 in the United States of America, and its unfortunate consequences in Afghanistan and Iraq, World Council of Churches general secretary Rev. Dr Olav Fykse Tveit sends out a message honouring the victims, and promoting a culture of peace.
A decade on from the 9/11 attacks, senior British Free Church leaders are calling on the Government to re-examine its use of military force in response to violent extremism and to reject the supposed logic of a ‘war on terror’.
A decade after 9/11, it remains the best description and most essential fact about al-Qaida.
More policies and programmes must address the needs of female-headed households in Sri Lanka’s former conflict zone, experts say.
Kinross Wolaroi School chaplain Philip Worrad knows how important it is for students to have support at hand.
Divorce isn’t just a separation of a married couple. It affects the whole family, including children.
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