Faith Leaders lament the student fee crisis engulfing the country

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WCRLF Chairperson, Pastor Xola Skosana joins Archbishop Thabo Makgoba and faith leaders from diverse religions to address the student fees crisis at Wits University. See faith leaders’ statement below: We the Church leaders of South Africa lament the student fee crisis engulfing the country. We declare this a national crisis. We lament that we have not discerned the signs of […]

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Democracy, Rights, Values & Freedom

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  Through the Democracy, Rights, Values & Freedom Programme, WCRLF are involved in a wide range of projects, including:     ECCOC – Electoral Code of Conduct Observer Commission Values Threshold partner with Konrad Adenauer and Stiftung Charter of Religious Rights Church Led Restitution Response to Xenophobic Violence – Coordination/mediation Provincial Safety Forum Tibet Baha’i Persecution International Religious Liberty UNODC […]

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Family & Community Restoration

Partnering with UNODC in the campaign against human trafficking

  Through the Family & Community Restoration Programme, and in partnership with the South African Faith & Family Institute (SAFFI), WCRLF are active in the following areas:       Substance Abuse, in partnership with the Department of Social Development Liquor Bill Intersex Children Human Trafficking Education Violence Against Women Men’s work – approach by Champions for Charity Prostitution Gender […]

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Social Justice

Anti-Corruption

The process of community development and service delivery is beleaguered by the scourge of corruption-the effects of which impact fatefully on the lives of the poor. Religious Leaders who speak from a moral perspective are passionate about restoring a culture of honesty, accountability and integrity in our society. The Anti-Corruption Campaign being led by the WCRLF, in partnership with the […]

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