Programme to Combat Racism (PCR)
1969, pursuant to a decision of World Council of Churches (WCC), as an integral part of its witness for unity, renewal, justice and service. Also referred to as WCC Programme to Combat Racism. Ceased to exist when work incorporated into WCC Programme Units.
End discrimination based on race; end the exploitation of women and men and expose the racism often used to justify that exploitation; support the struggle of the racially oppressed; help the churches understand and live out their Christian commitment to the unity of the church and the unity of mankind.Available with paid subscription only.
Major elements: Programmatic categories; Research, publications and consultations; The Special Fund. PCR administers 2 funds from which groups may apply for financial support; Special Fund (a fund of WCC as a whole but administered by PCR); Programmatic Categories (allocated by PCR staff).
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- Societal Problems
- Racism, xenophobia
- Religious Practice
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