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ME Chronicle

The ME99 Chronicle was set up to keep delegates informed of upcoming events and to present and preserve a record of key addresses and discussions at the Multi-Event 1999. Issues appeared on each day of the Conference (no events were scheduled at the main venue for Wednesday). The articles presented here provide a day-to-day description of what went on at the ME99.

 


ME99 Chronicle

The latest on the Religion in Public Life Conference

Monday, February 15, 1999


Reports

Feature article

Recommended reading

Updates

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ME Chronicle

Tuesday, 16 February 1999


Articles

Feature article

Workshop Reports

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ME99 Chronicle

The latest on the Religion in Public Life Conference

Thursday, February 18, 1999


A call to participation by Marina Bang

Agreeing on core values by Marina Bang

Communicating commonality

"Where the groaning of creation is heard"

Feature article:

Globalisation and its discontents by Stephen Martin

An apology and a challenge by Jim Cochrane

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ME99 Chronicle

The latest on the Religion in Public Life Conference

Friday, February 19, 1999


"Two frail beings in need of each other" -
religion in the transformation of society: problem or potential?
by Marina Bang

No room for smugness by Marina Bang

Feature article:

Creating a social spirituality by Elizabeth Knox-Seidel

Reports:

Abuse of women and children

AIDS/HIV

Corporate values and practices

Eco-justice

Nation-State and xenophobia

Science and religion

Religion, the Arts and transformation

Religion and labour

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ME99 Chronicle

The latest on the Religion in Public Life Conference

Friday, February 19, 1999


Concrete realities must define our strategic relationship by Marina Bang

A new beginning

The second revolution

The strength of diversity

Our role in transformation

Feature article:

Faith and health: a new initiative by Sarojini Nader

Some key thoughts from the listener's reports

Reports:

Land anf faith communities

African Renaissance

Beyond the TRC

Poverty and Jubilee 2000

Media and religion

AIDS/HIV

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