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Social Justice Hui 2014!

The Social Justice Commission is holding a hui for Diocesan/Amorangi Social Justice representatives, from 10-11 April, 2014, in Auckland! Each Diocese/Amorangi can send up to two representatives who can come and talk ...

By / 12 March 2014

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This site is run by the Social Justice Commission of the Anglican Church.

We seek to nurture justice spirituality and imagination, and engage in advocacy in all areas of life, overcoming poverty and transforming violence.

We encourage people to think and live “justly”, and emphasise debate and action on local, national and global issues.

Although we are Anglican, our vision isn’t so much about being Anglican. It’s about living justly. Justice is about how you live your life, and being just where we are. Working together, we can all flourish.

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Update: The Anglican Social Justice Commission is currently in transition and are no longer publishing new Just Booklets. We are continuing to create other resources to promote social justice and offer reflections. If you would like a copy of a booklet previously published, please make inquiries to justice.assistant@anglican.org.nz

Just Booklets produced by the Justice Commission appear as booklets  and study guides around a variety of important and engaging topics – food, gardening, peace, lignite, with many more to come. From now on, they will be coming directly to you.

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You might like to consider becoming a contact person/distributor to help raise awareness of Just Booklets  in your church or organisation.If you have an idea for a booklet, or even the desire to write. We seek to draw upon the expertise of the whole church. If you’d like to share your story about some aspect of justice or injustice, or some story about your passions and/or your life, email or call Anthony.

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