12. Universal Day of Prayer for Students 2005. The 2005 materials and liturgy were prepared by the Latin America and Caribbean region of WSCF, in particular, by Reverend Dan Gonzalez of the Student Christian Movement for Equality (MEC for la Equidad), in Mexico. The 2005 celebration was dedicated to memory of the victims of the tsunami
Call for solidarity – Solidarity Statement on the 43 disappeared students of Ayotzinapa, Mexico (35th General Assembly)WSCF2021-11-25T22:48:42+01:00
Call for solidarity - Solidarity Statement on the 43 disappeared students of Ayotzinapa, Mexico (35th General Assembly). This call for solidarity was raised at the 35th General Assembly, which took place in Bogota, Colombia, in 2015. It focused on the disappearance of 43 students in Ayotzinapa, Mexico, calling for prayers and solidarity for the victims.
Communique – Intersection of the Rights of Rohingya, Mexican Migrants and Adivasi People discussed by students at the WSCF Dhaka ProgramWSCF2021-11-25T22:49:30+01:00
Communique - Intersection of the Rights of Rohingya, Mexican Migrants and Adivasi People discussed by students at the WSCF Dhaka Program. The WSCF Program on Refugees and Migrants Rights, organised in December 2016, in Dhaka, Bangladesh, was an opportunity to reflect on the status of various groups of people who are stateless or fleeing violence,
Appeal – WSCF Denounces the Separation of Children from their Parents at US-Mexico borderWSCF2021-11-25T22:46:25+01:00
Appeal - WSCF Denounces the Separation of Children from their Parents at US-Mexico border. In response to the US government’s ‘zero-tolerance’ policy towards immigration at the US-Mexico border, WSCF published a statement denouncing the separation of children from their parents at the border. The statement called for the human treatment for all peoples, arguing that