Activity – Role-Play – The Financial Crisis. This role-play is designed for large or small groups of people. It gives participants the chance to act out different roles (e.g. national government, local banks, credit rating agencies etc.), over three stages, to help them understand the dynamics and decision-making processes involved in a financial crisis scenario.
Activity – Ethics, Power and the Global Economy - Game. This activity is a role-play for a large group of people (over 30). It acts out trading and global economic and power relationships. The roles can be used as they are to create variations that better fit the local context. 3. Activity - Ethics, Power
Worship – Ecumenical Evening Worships from the Theology Conference in Denmark. This collection of evening worships was developed at the WSCF-Europe Conference “Religion and Society in Europe Partners or Competitors?”, which took place in the fall of 2006, in Copenhagen, Denmark. It includes prayers, songs, meditation moments, reflections and Bible readings, split by themes such as: “Church
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4. Worship – “I am making all things new”: A Liturgy of Readings and Reflections on Power and Transformation. This liturgy was developed by Rosie Venner, former SCM Britain member, and may be used to acknowledge and confess the power held by individuals, as they enjoy freedom, peace and opportunities denied to others. The liturgy includes prayers, meditation moments, songs
11. Universal Day of Prayer for Students 2006. In 2006, the Universal Day of Prayer for Student materials and liturgy were prepared by the North America region of WSCF. The theme of the celebration was “empire” and explore issues around sovereignty, domination and the relationship between the Gospel and the concept of imperialism. 11. UDPS 2006 Publication