Archive for 2019

Feminist Foreign Aid: Women peace builders are worth the investment

January 16, 2019

Peace-building sounds lofty and is often seen as the responsibility of world leaders and armed actors, but quite often it is manifested in the tireless work of women and male allies in communities caught in a conflict’s cross-fire. Héritiers de…

Post filed in: Africa, Gender Justice, Women of Courage

Spirited Reflection: Named & Claimed

January 16, 2019

Inspired by Luke 3:15-22, Psalm 29, Isaiah 43:1-7 & Acts 8:14-17 Periodically, over the years, I’ve asked myself this question, ‘What difference does being a Christian make for me?’ How am I living out my Christian Faith? I suppose that,…

Post filed in: Spirited Reflections

KAIROS Wish List for 2019

January 10, 2019

KAIROS celebrates exciting progress with its 2018 advocacy wish list, and you’ll find more information following the 2019 listing, but more needs to be done. Bill C-262, an Act to ensure that the laws of Canada are in harmony with the…

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KAIROS Blanket Exercise a sad journey into Indigenous history

January 8, 2019

It was like gazing at a map of the world, but one turned upside-down. The KAIROS Blanket Exercise is a two-hour journey through 400 years of tragedy, and it evokes a powerful sense of the wrongs Indigenous people have suffered…

Post filed in: Indigenous Rights

Spirited Reflection: Seeking justice and building a community

January 8, 2019

Epiphany continues January 13 with KAIROS reflections based on Light of a Star (digital) (print), the Epiphany Resource. ARLENE’S STORY: After Arlene came to Canada, she realized she was under a pilot program and couldn’t possibly meet the post-secondary education and…

Post filed in: Migrant Justice, Spirited Reflections

Spirited Reflection: Why Migration?

January 2, 2019

January 6 is the beginning of Epiphany and KAIROS reflections are focusing on the issues surrounding migration and migrant workers, based on the Epiphany Resource  Light of a Star (digital) (print). Gabriel’s Story Gabriel lost his job because of a combination of…

Post filed in: Migrant Justice, Spirited Reflections