Support Human Rights Activist Paul Muite

In recent months, Kenya has become the target of severe criticism from the international human rights community due to the escalation of extra-judicial killings.  In one of the more high-profile cases, human rights defenders Oscar Kamau King’ara and Paul Oulu were … Continued

New Statement from Acholi Religious Leaders Peace Initiatve

This month, the Acholi Religious Leaders Peace Initiative released another report, urging all parties involved in the LRA conflict to prioritize pursuing peaceful means in order to genuinely resolve the LRA issue. The introduction “Since 1997, the Acholi Religious Leaders Peace … Continued

AFJN Thanks its Conference Sponsors!

We offer our heartfelt thanks and gratitude to the many individuals and organizations whose contributions have made our “Justice in Africa: On Whose Terms?” possible! Platinum Sponsors Jesuit Conference MCJ Amelior Foundation Xaverian Missionaries Gold Sponsors Adorers of the Blood … Continued

Educate and Advocate: 2010 Conference follow-up!

Last weekend, AFJN hosted its 2010 annual meeting and conference, entitled “Justice in Africa: On Whose Terms” featuring Fr. Peter Henriot, S.J. as a keynote. Nearly 150 individuals – missionaries, students, activists, scholars, and more – from across the U.S. … Continued

Lobby Day 2010 – Asks and Materials

AFJN members and friends, including a delegation of members of Rwandan Diaspora, conducted over 30 office visits this Monday, April 19 to discuss the International Violence Against Women act and the upcoming elections in Rwanda. Whether or not you participated, … Continued

Musings from the Member Meeting

This year’s member meeting took place on April 18, 2010, as part of the 2010 conference “Justice In Africa: On Whose Terms?” The time together for the annual member meeting was planned to reflect our very name:  Africa Faith and … Continued

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