Will you help us expand our work supporting the growing programs of the US Student Christian Movement and build connections to the World Student Christian Federation and its nearly 100 member movements in countries around the world? Read more...
WSCF-NA Regional Secretary, Luciano Kovacs, delivered a presentation entitled, A Community of Subjects, on October 27th during the Christian Student International Peace Symposium held in Gyeonggi-DO, South Korea from the 24th-27th of October 2013. The symposium was organized by the Korean Student Christian Federation with the intension to commemorate the 60th Anniversary of the Korean War Armistice Agreement.
As at all global ecumenical spaces, the WSCF has organized a gathering with Senior Friends and partners coming from all over the globe to attend the WCC's General Assembly in Busan, Korea. Put together by Senior Friends of the Korean Student Christian Federation, the get-together will take place on November 1st. See flyer.
Enjoy the latest issue of the SCMC's newsletter where General Secretary Sarah Mikhaiel summarizes the current work of the movement and interviews local chapters' coordinators. Read the September 2013 issue.
The WSCF has had a historical relationship with the international ecumenical center of Agape in Northern Italy, which helped build right after World War II as a symbol of reconciliation among the nations that had been at war in the conflict.
The AD1 trainings at the United Nations are geared to build capacity for young leaders to do quality advocacy work at the UN Centers in New York, Paris and Nairobi. This is the second training, following one in Nairobi earlier this year. The participants will be trained jointly by experts from within the YMCA, World Organization of Scout Movement, World Students Christian Federation, UN system, and other relevant partners.
Noah Gillespie from WSCF-NA attended the annual International Coordination Meeting of Youth Organizations (ICMYO) at the United Nations held in New York City from September 21-22, 2013. The purpose was to gather international youth organizations from around the world in order to shape the future of a global youth movement capable of involving young people in the policies and work of the United Nations.
Peace Activist Audrey Tobias, 89 years of age, is scheduled to have a hearing on October 3rd at 10am regarding her decision to refuse to fill in her census. This decision was made due to the knowledge that Lockheed Martin, weapons manufacturer, is contracted to process the census.
Please come to Old City Hall and look for her courtroom, even if you can only make it for part of the day. Read more...