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At a recent event organised by the United Nations Assoc. NZ (Canterbury) in association with Canterbury University & West Papua Action Canterbury, the plight of the indigenous peoples of West Papua was the subject of a Presentation and Forum Panel at the University of Canterbury. The first of the three Presenters, Matt Stent, delivered a…(Read More)

The Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace (CCJP) would like to congratulate the winners of the 2020 Annual CCJP Essay and Multimedia competition. Topic: Catholic Social Teaching Principles The winning entries were the ones that best demonstrated an understanding of the principles of Catholic Social Teaching (CST), such as Human Dignity, the Common Good, Solidarity…(Read More)