Youth Building Peace: A Poem by Vini Tuidama

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The above artwork is by Michael Volpicelli. It is a portrait of Emmanuel Jal – a peace builder. Emmanuel was once a child soldier but now he builds peace in Africa. Michael Volpicelli. (2014). Emmanuel Jal. Available from: [Accessed: 14/8/2017]. Is … Continued

Pilgrimage for Peace and Justice.

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JUST over a week ago, World Council of Churches (WCC) general secretary Reverend Dr Olav Fykse Tveit joined other speakers at a side event of the 34th session of the UN Human Rights Council. The speakers, who also included Metropolitan … Continued

Created to be Bold

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TODAY is International Women’s Day (IWD), an opportunity to celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women because visibility and awareness help drive positive change for women and also to declare bold actions to help progress the gender … Continued

Ban the Plastic Bag

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THE Fiji Government, in its efforts to become a global champion of environmental stewardship, was the first to ratify the Paris Agreement on climate change in February 2016, followed by signing the Agreement’s Instrument of Ratification, at the United Nations … Continued

Cultivate Justice to have Peace

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AS we spent Monday in reflection on the anniversary of Severe Tropical Cyclone Winston, praying for the souls of the 44 Fijians who lost their lives and their families and the many people still struggling to recover from the devastation … Continued

Sharing the Light

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THE words “theophany” or “epiphany” generally refers to the manifestation of a divine or supernatural being. In Christian world history, “The Epiphany” marks a visit to the baby Jesus by the Magi, (three kings, or wise men). For Christians, it … Continued

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