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  • Title: KAIROS Canada
    Descriptive info: .. KAIROS Canada.. KAIROS: Canadian Ecumenical Justice Initiatives unites eleven churches and religious organizations in faithful action for ecological justice and human rights.. Get Involved.. Join KAIROS.. Individuals Registration.. Groups Registration.. Elements of Justice.. Elements of Justice Storify.. Elements of Justice News.. Nation to Nation Bike Tour.. The KAIROS Network.. Fall Regional Meetings.. Regional Reps.. KAIROS Local Groups.. Host a KAIROS Workshop.. KAIROS CIDA Funding.. Briefing Notes Media Releases.. Letters from Overseas Partners.. Churches Support.. Orgs Political Support.. Press Media.. Letters from Supporters.. Sustainability.. Watershed Discipleship.. Watershed Discipleship News.. Resource Extraction.. Open for Justice.. Resource Extraction News.. KAIROS Participates in Study Tour to Guatemala.. Meet the KAIROS Delegates on the Guatemala Study Tour.. Study Tour to Guatemala Blog.. Remember the Land Mining Video.. Ecumenical Conference on Mining.. Tar Sands.. Tar Sands Delegation.. Corporate Accountability.. Climate Justice.. Re-Energize: Time for a Carbon Sabbath.. UN Climate Negotiations.. Global Finance.. Climate Change the G20.. Robin Hood Tax.. Dignity Rights.. Indigenous Rights.. The Blanket Exercise.. Sisters in Spirit.. Sisters in Spirit 2012-13: take action.. KAIROS Solidarity with Chief Spence, Idle No More Cdn Indigenous Rights.. Honouring the Children.. UNDRIP.. First Nations Youth Ambassadors to the UNCRC.. Host a Making it Matter: The UNDRIP Workshop.. The Rights of Indigenous Peoples – A Global Concern.. UNDRIP Opposition.. Host an Indigenous Rights Workshop.. The Lubicon Cree.. Women of Courage.. “Women of Courage” 2013 DR Congo.. Women of Courage Blog News.. Women of Courage: Research.. Host a Women of Courage Workshop.. KAIROS 2012 Living Courage Tour.. KAIROS 2011 Living Courage Tour.. KAIROS 2010 Living Courage Tour.. Trade Rights.. Migrant Justice.. Migrant Justice Blog.. Host a Migrant Rights Workshop.. Host a KAIROS Human Rights Workshop.. Countries of Concern.. Congo (DR).. Congo Partners.. Colombia.. Colombia Overview.. A Brief History of Colombia.. Colombia Resources.. Colombia Partners.. WOMEN OF COURAGE: 2010 Colombia Tour.. Palestine Israel.. Host an Israel-Palestine Workshop: Just Peace 101.. Sudan.. Take Action.. Truth, Reconciliation Equity.. Truth, Reconciliation Equity Blog.. Our Waters Our Life.. WHO WE ARE.. About KAIROS.. kairos.. Jennifer Henry s Blog.. Mission Statement.. Member Churches Board.. 40th Anniversary.. Global Partners.. Our Partners.. Partnerships Policy.. Job Opportunities.. KAIROS Reports.. KAIROS EVENTS.. MEDIA ROOM.. RESEARCH ANALYSIS.. Briefing Papers.. Commentary Analysis.. REFLECTIONS WORSHIP.. Advent Resource 2013.. Spirited Reflections.. RESOURCES.. Order Resources.. Kairos Times Newsletter.. KAIROS Briefing Papers.. DONATIONS.. FAQ.. Privacy Policy.. CONTACT.. 6.. Gift Someone for Christmas.. Study Tour to Guatemala.. Blanket Exercise 3rd Ed.. Growing Justice: Advent Resource 2013.. 4oth Anniversary Celebration.. Put Yourself in the Picture.. Advent 4: The Call to Justice Discipleship.. In this, the final week of  ...   Congo.. Michiko Bown-KAI reflects on where we can find hope in the context of gender-based violence and a war over mineral wealth in the Democratic Republic of Congo.. Bringing a Message of Hope for DR Congo to Parliament Hill.. With recent talk of peace returning to the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, KAIROS is hopeful peace-building efforts will continue at all levels – from international diplomacy between DRC and its neighbours, down to the grassroots level at which our Congolese partners work every day.. We will bring this message of hope to Parliament Hill on December 5, when members of the Women of Courage delegation to DRC, organized by KAIROS in June 2013, will meet with Parliamentarians to discuss the actions Canada has taken and can take to help build peace and stability in this troubled region.. What mine eyes have seen.. As the Guatemala study tour draws to a close, KAIROS BC/Yukon regional representative Janet Gray, one of the group s photographers, talks about the pictures in her camera and those in her mind.. UN Climate Talks Move Backwards: Developed States Refuse Meaningful Action.. Once again a UN conference on climate change has failed to take meaningful action despite the devastation wrought by typhoon Haiyan.. Youth attending the conference in Warsaw singled out Canada and Australia for refusing to hear the urgent pleas for action from developing countries.. A Beauty that Hurts.. During a day off in Antigua, Wilf Bean, former director of the Tatamagouche Centre, wrestles with the contradictions and questions he faces as a Canadian on this tour studying the impact of Canadian mining companies.. Where is Your Brother?.. Georgina Baisley from Miramichi Presbytery of the United Church relates stories of resistance to mining s impacts on water and human rights in Guatemala.. Day 3 Circle of Life.. On Day 3 of the Guatemala Study Tour, United Church diaconal minister Elaine Kellogg describes a meeting with the Committee in Defense of Mother Earth in San Miguel Ixtahuacan.. English.. Français.. Naty Atz Sunuc: Reflections on TRC Hearings.. View on Vimeo.. Naty Atz Sunuc Message to Indigenous Peoples in Canada.. Women of COurage DR Congo Delegation.. Recent News.. Dusty Shoes or Golden Slippers.. Reflection on the International Day to End Violence Against Women.. A Day of Spectacular Beauty.. KAIROS presses Canada to be ‘Open for Justice’.. KAIROS: Canadian Ecumenical Justice Initiatives 310 Dupont St.. Suite 200 Toronto, ON M5R 1V9.. Tel: 416-463-5312 Toll-free: 1-877-403-8933 Fax: 416-463-5569.. Copyright 2011 KAIROS Canada All Rights Reserved.. Admin.. English.. Français.. Multilingual WordPress.. by.. ICanLocalize..

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  • Title: Join KAIROS
    Descriptive info: You are here:.. Home.. /.. GET INVOLVED.. / Join KAIROS.. FAQs:.. Can anyone become a KAIROS Companion?.. Yes! Any individual who wishes to be connected to KAIROS work for human rights and ecological justice can become a KAIROS Companion.. Is there a cost?.. As mentioned above, there is no cost to becoming a KAIROS Companion and/or Community.. What is the difference between a KAIROS Companion and a KAIROS Community?.. A KAIROS Companion is an individual who is interested in KAIROS work.. You may already be involved in the KAIROS movement, or wish to learn more and become more involved.. A Companion may be a KAIROS Times enewsletter subscriber, an event participant, a donor, have participated in an online petition signing or letter writing campaign.. They may be already very involved in a KAIROS or a welcome newcomer.. A KAIROS Community can be an established local group, a church, a group within a church agency, or group within another faith-based network such as the Student Christian Movement.. Local church support is critical to the movement.. An example of how a church would participate as a Community would be by participating in the Day of Action for the year’s Campaign (Belling Ringing last year, Drumming this year), by signing the petition based on the call to action in the Campaign, and by possibly having a KAIROS Sunday.. These are just a few examples of how a KAIROS Community may be called to action.. For other Communities, it may look different.. A KAIROS local group is a particularly important component of the network as they bring Companions together ecumenically and do the work of KAIROS at the “community” level.. Local groups will be contacted individually to update information and to provide further details.. We will also be providing information on how to promote and  ...   I be both a Companion and part of a Community?.. Absolutely! We encourage everyone to become a KAIROS Companion! The difference is that KAIROS Communities will receive print information that can be used in a group setting.. How do I become a KAIROS Companion or Community?.. In order to become a KAIROS Companion or Community, all you need to do is fill out the registration form at the bottom of this page, or print it out and send it in by mail.. We will then send you an intro package with some more information about being a KAIROS Companion or Community.. We are happy to answer any question you may have.. Should you ever wish to remove yourself from our network, you can call or email us at any time.. Can a denominational group be a KAIROS community?.. Yes! As mentioned, local churches and outreach committees are critical to the grassroots work of KAIROS.. Although KAIROS is committed to nurturing and supporting ecumenism at all levels of the organization, there are many justice groups that are organized denominationally in a diocese, synod, conference that do the work of justice making.. What information will be shared with others?.. KAIROS does not share personal information with other groups or organizations.. KAIROS does not share contact information outside of the member churches to which some KAIROS Companions and Communities are affiliated.. For KAIROS Ecumenical Communities who want to invite others to join, we will ask for a contact person’s information to share.. We are able to assist in setting up a free email account should you wish to be the contact person for your KAIROS Community and not use your personal account.. This is key to networking purposes and providing information to others who may wish to receive information about Communities in their region..

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  • Title: GET INVOLVED
    Descriptive info: / GET INVOLVED.. KAIROS welcomes your involvement, whatever your interest.. We need your skills and knowledge and in turn we’d like to work with you on the issues that concern you.. Here are some ways to connect:.. KAIROS Swift Current Community Retreat.. Join a local KAIROS group:.. KAIROS Communities are found across the country—just email.. info@kairoscanada.. org.. or a.. regional representative.. to enquire (we don’t post contact info in order to protect volunteers’ privacy.. ) Some communities have a very specific focus, such as Aboriginal rights or anti-poverty work, while others are committed to a broad range of justice and peace issues.. All work with interested faith communities and individuals of conscience to build this growing and vibrant movement.. Start a KAIROS Community.. If no group exists in your area, form one! We have a network coordinator to help you get started, and a network handbook to give you step-by-step support.. Your regional reps can connect your group to interested people and regional activities.. Attend a regional or local event.. Check out our.. events listings.. for activities going on across the country.. Be sure to let us know if you’re planning an event that touches on a relevant issue and involves a KAIROS member or partner.. Plan a local or regional event.. and be sure to add some creative flair.. Throughout the year we invite people to make a community contribution to the Week to End Poverty, National Aboriginal Day, Human Rights Day, KAIROS Sunday, Earth Hour, and many more.. Add a community meal, popular theatre, art, or a creative demonstration to your event.. Let us know about your event so we can post it and support it.. Journey with us by becoming a '.. Companion.. '.. Respond to.. urgent actions.. Join us on.. Facebook.. and.. Twitter.. Download and use online resources.. Most resources can be found in our catalogue.. Have a look at each major program area and the.. current campaign page.. -- there are many articles and reflections available in each section of the site.. Check the national events page.. If you want to learn or talk about KAIROS, see our.. Faithful Action for Justice and Peace: Strategic Direction and Program Plan for KAIROS 2006-2010.. and the.. Kairos Bible Study: Reflecting on Scripture.. (both are PDF files).. We would love to hear from you!.. GET INVOLVED NEWS.. November 26, 2013.. KAIROS.. Filed Under:.. ,.. Feature 2.. IPCC Confirms We Must Act Now on  ...   to Parliament Hill this Saturday for a fast bringing attention to the need for serious and immediate action on the contributing causes of climate change.. They will be there until October 2.. Read on to find out how you can join them in solidarity and action.. KAIROS Concerned About the Expansion of Petroleum Licensing in the Amazon.. July 25, 2013.. In response to a call from our partner, Accion Ecologica, KAIROS wrote a letter to the Ambassador of Ecuador, expressing concern about the expansion of petroleum licensing and exploitation in the Amazon, including in ecologically fragile areas and Indigenous territory.. Will Obama’s Climate Speech be a Game Changer?.. July 9, 2013.. On a blistering hot June day in Washington, President Obama delivered a major speech on climate change.. Many interpret the event as his attempt to establish a legacy as a progressive leader deeply committed to leaving future generations “a cleaner, safer and more stable world.. ”[1] Whether this initiative will actually represent an historical turning point [.. Northern Gateway.. Research Analysis.. Keystone Debate is Heating Up.. April 9, 2013.. While ecologists and Indigenous peoples are increasing pressure on President Obama to deny a permit to the Keystone XL pipeline, Canadian government and oil industry executives are lobbying hard for its acceptance.. This bulletin updates KAIROS’ analysis of the debate emphasizing the urgent need to prevent catastrophic climate change.. “Process Water” Spill at Suncor – More Bad News for Canada’s Water.. March 26, 2013.. On Tuesday, March 26, Suncor announced that there had been a leak of “process water” (water used in the chemical process of separating bitumen from tar sands) at its tar sands plant north of Fort McMurray.. What does this mean for the environment and for Indigenous peoples in the area?.. Time to Refocus Our Approach to Climate Change: KAIROS Policy Briefing Paper No.. 35.. March 19, 2013.. KAIROS newest policy briefing paper, Time to Refocus Our Approach to Climate Change, which highlights some of the feasible actions we can take to curb greenhouse gas emission beginning with cancelling plans for new tar sands pipelines, is now available.. Time to Refocus Our Approach to Climate Change: Research Paper.. KAIROS most recent Policy Briefing Paper (No.. 35; Time to Refocus Our Approach to Climate Change) is backed up by this longer research paper, which focusses on the need to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions, beginning with cancelling plans for new tar sands pipelines.. Next Page..

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  • Title: Companions Registration
    Descriptive info: / Companions Registration.. Companions Registration.. Any individual.. who wishes to be connected to KAIROS’ work for human rights and ecological justice can become a KAIROS Companion.. As a Companion you receive regular updates on the work KAIROS is doing to promote a more just and sustainable world and how you can get involved.. This is your movement – you belong!.. For more information.. read our FAQ.. Further questions? Email.. connect@kairoscanada.. or call 1-877-403-8933 ext 221..

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  • Title: Communities Registration
    Descriptive info: / Communities Registration.. Communities Registration.. Any group who wishes to be connected to KAIROS’ work for human rights and ecological justice can become a KAIROS Community.. As a Community you will receive regular updates on what KAIROS is doingto promote a more just and sustainable world and how you can get involved, plus some resources that are particularly relevant to groups.. This is your movement – your group belongs!..

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  • Title: Elements of Justice
    Descriptive info: / Elements of Justice.. Elements of Justice is your chance to spend a few days in the rainforest delving deeper into the social justice issues that are close to your heart.. It is an opportunity to learn from experienced activists while sharing your own wisdom and expertise; to explore and compare Euro-Christian and Indigenous worldviews; to celebrate and respect our differences; to begin building a movement for positive change.. THE GATHERING.. Registration Wait List!.. Travel Info.. Elements of Justice Flyer.. SPEAKERS.. CHRISTINE BOYLE.. SYLVIA MCADAM.. CALEB BEHN.. Earth, water, air, and fire – the basic elements, the building blocks of nature - are the inspiration for.. Nature is under siege.. Its health and integrity are threatened by governments and corporations; by undemocratic laws and destructive, unsustainable economic practices.. is an opportunity to explore these issues and to work towards just solutions with activists, visionaries, local leaders and peers in an atmosphere of collaboration and respect.. will draw on the energy of youth, and on the knowledge and expertise of experienced social justice educators and advocates, to build the skills and forge the tools that are needed for positive change.. WHO.. Photo by David Nunuk.. will bring together grassroots activists and wanna-be-activists (all newbies welcome!) from British Columbia to western Ontario (west of Thunder Bay) including all western provinces and territories.. This is an InterGenerational Gathering.. That means that at least half of the 150 participants will be young adults (18-35).. While those younger than 18 are welcome to attend, KAIROS asks that they be accompanied by an adult who will act as a guardian.. Families are welcome, and childcare will be available for anyone too young to participate in the regular program.. This is an Ecumenical Gathering and all people are welcome, regardless of religious affiliation or no affiliation.. Where.. We will gather at the North Vancouver Outdoor School.. It is a beautiful and versatile site in “Paradise Valley,” complete with ancient cedar trees, salmon spawning streams and wintering eagles.. Click here to learn more about the venue.. !.. Having the gathering in an ecological reserve on unceded Squamish territory is an intentional choice as we bring together the parallel themes of Indigenous rights and environmental sustainability.. Accommodations and meals will all be provided.. Our plenary sessions will take place in the new Environmental Learning Centre overlooking the forest heights.. Meals will be served in the Main Building just a  ...   a friend.. You will find a link for online payment at the end of the registration form.. We need final numbers by September 24 so please help us out and register early!.. Register now:.. http://www.. surveymonkey.. com/s/ElementsofJustice2013.. COSTS.. Registration rate: $290.. Registration rate for students, unwaged, low income, and others in need: $100*.. The program, meals, and accommodations are included.. (Transportation is not included.. ).. *There are fifty (50) spots available at the low rate of $100.. Priority for these spots will be given to young adults, Indigenous and other racialized peoples, low income people, people with disabilities, families, and those from the farthest corners of our western regions.. To apply for the subsidy (to pay only $100), contact Shannon Neufeldt at events@kairoscanada.. org or by phone 1-877-403-8933 ext 221, BEFORE you register.. You will then be given a code to register online.. KAIROS will be covering all of the program and leadership costs of this event.. In order to keep this gathering accessible, we are also offering all participants a subsidized rate of $290 for accommodation and meals, where the full cost is $380 per person.. If you would like to help KAIROS balance its budget for this event, please consider a general donation to cover the difference.. This is a vast country and travel for people from the prairies or the north will be very expensive.. Unfortunately, our budget does not allow for any travel subsidies at this time.. You might also want to consider making a donation designated to help others in the network get to this event.. To donate, go to.. www.. kairoscanada.. And thanks in advance!.. PARTNERSHIPS.. The concept of partnership is essential to KAIROS.. This event will reflect new and existing partnerships with Indigenous communities, environmental organizations, student groups, and churches, to name a few.. We also plan to include one or more representatives of our Global Partnerships Program.. If you know of a group or organization that should be included in this gathering, please contact us at.. events@kairoscanada.. LEADERSHIP.. Leadership for this gathering has been initiated by the National staff and a dedicated and diverse group of 9 volunteers called the Planning Committee.. You can meet them here.. Check back here for information about Presenters, Elders, and other leaders coming soon.. *Earth photo by Sara Stratton.. Air, Water, and Fire photos by David Nunuk.. For more information please contact: Caroline Foster.. 1-877-403-8933 x221..

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  • Title: Elements of Justice Storify
    Descriptive info: / Elements of Justice Storify.. View the story "Elements of Justice - KAIROS Intergenerational Gathering 2013" on Storify.. ]..

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  • Title: Elements of Justice News
    Descriptive info: / Elements of Justice News.. Elements of Justice Main Page.. Join us on the bus!.. September 16, 2013.. Book your flights to arrive in Vancouver by 2pm Thursday and depart after 5pm Sunday! Yes, there is a plan to get people from Vancouver to the Outdoor School! A bus will be leaving Christ Church Cathedral (690 Burrard Street Vancouver, BC V6C 2L1) at 4pm on Thursday, October 24.. It will arrive at Elements [.. Travel Assistance Funds.. We are happy to announce that, although their budgets are limited, each of the western regions has created its own Travel Assistance Fund to help those in need attend Elements of Justice.. Each regional treasurer (or their designate) will administer their own fund in consultation with their Coordinating Committee.. If you need travel assistance to [.. Truth and Reconciliation Commission readies for BC National Event.. September 11, 2013.. The national Truth and Reconciliation Commission resumes its work with the BC National Event in Vancouver September 19-21.. Read on to find out how you can participate.. Truth and Reconciliation Blog.. Elements of Justice keynote speaker: Sylvia McAdam.. September 4, 2013.. Sylvia McAdam, a co-founder of Idle No More, is a member of the Nehiyaw Nation.. Fluent in Cree, she was born and raised on the Big River Reserve in Treaty Six Territory (Saskatchewan).. Sylvia holds degrees in law and human justice, and teaches at the First Nations University.. She is the author of Cultural Teachings: First Nations [.. New Elements of Justice Keynote Speaker: Caleb Behn.. August 26, 2013.. KAIROS is excited to announce that Caleb Behn will be  ...   info on travel and registration costs for Elements of Justice.. August 1, 2013.. Transportation from Vancouver to the North Vancouver Outdoor School – we’ve got you covered! Yes, there is a plan in place to get people from Vancouver to the Outdoor School! A bus will be leaving Christ Church Cathedral (690 Burrard Street Vancouver, BC V6C 2L1) at 4pm on Thursday, October 24.. It will arrive at [.. Elements of Justice music leadership.. July 22, 2013.. We re excited to announce that Jeff Poynter will be the music resource for Elements of Justice! Jeff Poynter is a multi-instrumentalist, educator, and artist manager based in Victoria, BC, Canada.. He holds a Bachelor of Music from the University of Victoria, with a major in Saxophone Performance and side concentrations of Religious Studies and Environmental [.. Elements of Justice opening night speaker, Christine Boyle.. July 16, 2013.. Christine Boyle is the Elements of Justice speaker for our opening night! A community organizer and communicator, she was raised on Coast Salish territory in Vancouver, BC.. She has an BSc in Urban Agriculture and First Nations Studies from UBC, and an MA in Religious Leadership for Social Change from the Graduate Theological Union in [.. Elements of Justice gathering- an invitation to western Canada!.. KAIROS wants you! Join us at Elements of Justice October 24-27 2013 and get connected to the movement.. Share your connections, learn about Indigenous rights and ecological justice, and gain fresh ideas and skills for making change happen.. This is an intergenerational event for young and not-so-young adults who want to share fresh energy and [..

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  • Title: Nation to Nation Bike Tour
    Descriptive info: / Nation to Nation Bike Tour.. This summer, KAIROS and.. The Otesha Project.. have partnered to co-organize the Nation to Nation Bike Tour in collaboration with the Mohawk community of Akwesasne.. From July 27th to August 14th 2013, this two and a half week long cycling event brings together 12 Indigenous and non-Indigenous youth, as well as features a new version of.. the Blanket Exercise.. Grade school students participate in KAIROS' Blanket Exercise.. Volunteers riding on an Otesha tour.. The Otesha Project is a national, youth-led charitable organization that seeks to empower youth to be part of positive social change.. One way they do this is through youth-led bike tours that educate  ...   of our ancestors and how our past is intertwined with our future.. Where have we come from? How does our shared history impact where we are today? What are our dreams for generations yet to come? These are just some of the questions we will explore.. Tour members learn from each other and from the Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities they visit.. They will acquire and hone facilitation, group living, leadership and cycling skills.. They will also help to create and strengthen solidarity relationships between the communities on the route.. All while developing new friendships and sharing an unforgettable and transformative summer adventure!.. Contact Katy Quinn,.. kquinn@kairoscanada.. or 613-235-9956 ext.. 224 for more info..

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  • Title: The KAIROS NETWORK
    Descriptive info: / The KAIROS NETWORK.. The KAIROS NETWORK.. KAIROS local groups.. Through education and action, KAIROS local groups make justice issues come alive! Participants come together from a wide range of churches, faiths and community groups to take joint action for social change.. The KAIROS network is made up of about eighty local groups across the country.. Each group brings to the network its unique concerns, perspectives and passion for justice.. We welcome new groups and new local members.. Have a look at our.. local groups' page.. to learn more or contact our national network coordinator or one of the.. five elected regional representatives.. See also some responses to frequently asked questions about our.. network.. regions.. , and.. public events.. (note that all are in PDF format).. KAIROS regions.. Join the KAIROS Online Network.. Atlantic.. See the regional  ...   the region at the national level, and to help coordinate the work of the region together with Regional Coordinating Committees.. Some regions run their own newsletters and websites.. Once a year, regional meetings offer an opportunity for members of local groups to come together for learning and encouragement, regional planning, and dialogue with national staff and Board members.. The KAIROS network includes five geographical regions and a Québec-based francophone partnership, the Réseau oecuménique justice et paix (ROJeP).. The ROJeP brings together a wide range of francophone faith- based organizations in a network committed to social and theological analysis of current realities, mobilization and public intervention in the cause of justice, and the exchange of ideas both among its members and with other networks such as KAIROS.. For more information about the Réseau, consult their website at.. justicepaix..

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  • Title: Fall Regional Meetings
    Descriptive info: / Fall Regional Meetings.. Gatherings and resources for Fall 2013.. :.. Download our flyer of 2013 Regional Meeting dates & locations, as well as a list of upcoming KAIROS resources.. KAIROS welcomes you to its annual regional meetings.. Whatever your background, join the KAIROS network for a day or two of community and learning.. We ll look over the past year and plan for a new year of grassroots action for social justice.. All are welcome, and don't hesitate to ask for support if registration fees pose any kind of barrier.. 2013 REGIONAL DATES MEETING LOCATIONS.. Atlantic (New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island):.. September 28-September 29.. Tatamagouche Centre in Tatamagouche, NS.. Theme: Indigenous rights and ecological  ...   Download the Covenant Link Chain IV Poster.. Contact your regional rep for more information: Tom Sagar,.. glslKAIROS@gmail.. com.. Western Regions.. In place of regular Fall Regional Meetings, the three western regions will gather in BC this year for.. : KAIROS InterGenerational Gathering 2013.. Check out the webpage.. and feel free to contact your regional rep for more information.. Prairies North (Saskatchewan, Alberta, Northwest Territories):.. Regional rep: Dick Peters,.. dickpet@sasktel.. net.. BC-Yukon:.. Regional rep: Janet Gray,.. thegrays@shaw.. ca.. Cambrian-Agassiz (Manitoba, Nunavut, North-Western Ontario):.. Regional rep: Carin Crowe.. oday20@mymts.. will have a regional meeting hosted by Winnipeg West Circle.. Oct 4-5: Messiah Lutheran Church in Winnipeg.. Theme: Truth, Reconciliation and Equity: They Matter to Us.. A glimpse of past fall meetings..

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