(ACNS) Anglicans to challenge world hunger at Rio+ 20

Posted by Kendall Harmon

High level actions to challenge world hunger, climate change and urban violence have been planned for Anglicans at Rio +20 – the UN’s sustainable development conference.

Rights for landless people will also be on the Anglican agenda at the conference where the Church’s programme has been drawn together by the Alliance’s Latin American and Caribbean facilitator and will be spearheaded by the Anglican Archbishop of Brazil, Most Revd Mauricio Andrade.

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