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The members of AFJN, gathered in Tucson, Arizona in October 2005 for two days of work and prayer, approved three resolutions to be carried forward in their advocacy work. The resolutions concerned the ongoing crisis in Uganda, the genocide in Darfur and the HIV/AIDS pandemic in Africa. All members and all those interested in greater justice on these issues are urged to put the resolutions to good use in education and advocacy in their communities. The texts may be found in the rest of this article, or as files to download by following the links.