Anglicans welcome International Development Select Committee’s report on South Sudan

Posted by Kendall Harmon

The recommendations come in the report from the UK Parliament’s International Development Select Committee who held an inquiry into prospects for peace and development in the world’s newest country. The Anglican Alliance brought together the Episcopal Church of Sudan, the Diocese of Salisbury and Lambeth Palace to provide evidence to the inquiry.

Rebecca Coleman, representing the Episcopal Church of Sudan, and Canon Ian Woodward of the Diocese of Salisbury, gave oral evidence to the Select Committee, focusing especially on the church’s education services in South Sudan, and the role played by the Church, in particular by Archbishop Daniel Deng Bul Yak, in peace-building.

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Filed under: * Anglican - Episcopal* Culture-WatchViolence* Economics, PoliticsPolitics in General* International News & CommentaryAfricaSudan--South Sudan

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