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Athena K. Peralta

Programme Executive for Economic and Ecological Justice

World Council of Churches

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The World Council of Churches promotes Christian unity in faith, witness and service for a just and peaceful world. An ecumenical fellowship of churches founded in 1948, today the WCC brings together 349 Protestant, Orthodox, Anglican and other churches repres...more

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Issues & Themes cluster staff list - E

mail.wcc-coe.org [cached]

Ms Athena Peralta (Philippines), Consultant


Church-backed coalition seeks to reform corporate taxation system

www.ecumenicalnews.com [cached]

"The report is entitled An Economy of Life for All Now: An Ecumenical Action Plan for a New International Financial and Economic Architecture," said Athena Peralta, the WCC's consultant for the program.


October 2016 - Peace For Life

www.peaceforlife.org [cached]

5. Athena Peralta, World Council of Churches (Global)


School for Ecumenical Leadership Formation 2009 ~ Leadership Formation : WSCF AP

wscfap.org [cached]

Athena Peralta, WCC Consultant for Program on Poverty, Ecology and Wealth made the presentation on Ecological Justice.
She began with describing the vision of the World Council of Churches (WCC) for "Just, sustainable and participatory communities" as communities which support and nurture equitable relationships within the human family (South and North, "poor" and "rich", women and men) and also between humans and the rest of the Earth community. They require a just and moral economy where all people are empowered to participate in the decisions affecting their lives, where public and private institutions are made accountable for the social and ecological consequences of their activities, and where the Earth is honoured and protected rather than exploited and degraded. She went on to discuss Globalization and its relationship with poverty and ecology, saying that economy cannot be delinked from ecology. She said that globalization has failed to improve conditions of poverty, but rather further aggravated it. Processes of economical globalisation have intensified ecological problems: global warming, thinning of the ozone layer, depletion of natural resources, loss of biodiversity, extensive deforestation and desertification, etc.


Religious leaders urge respect for Africa's riches : Nordic Africa News

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Speaking of proposals in the Addis Ababa Action Agenda, Athena Peralta, WCC consultant for the Economic and Ecological Justice programme, said, "An important opportunity to fix systemic flaws in the international financial architecture has been lost, as the Addis Ababa Action Agenda has failed to enshrine our calls."
"Yet it is even more critical for the churches to continue to demand these reforms in the global financial system. It is a matter of life and death for people living in poverty," she said.


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