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Canadian Churches and Foreign Policy

Greene, Bonnie (ed.)
Publisher:  James Lorimer & Company, Canada
Year Published:  1990  
Pages:  224pp   ISBN:  ISBN 1-55028-285-9
Library of Congress Number:  BR570.C35 1990   Dewey:  261.8'7'0971
Resource Type:  Book

In the years after 1970, Canadian churches have engaged in international affairs in new ways. This book offers first-hand accounts by people actively involved in developing this new role.

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Table of Contents

Glossary of Acronymns
Contributors
Acknowledgments
Introduction

Part I: Learning to Live in a World of Enemies
1. The World Church and the Search for a Just Peace
2. Bridging the East-West Divide: Beyond the Cold War
3. Learning to Live with Enemies: The Churches and the Middle East

Part II: Promoting Change and Development
4. Building a Counter-Consensus in Canada
5. Setting the Table for All God's People: Canadian Churches and Development

Part III: Human Rights and Corporate Responsibility
6. From the Gold Mines to Bay Street: In Search of Corporate Social Responsibility
7. The Good Samaritan Stops at the UN: Canadian Churches and the Struggle for Human Rights
8. From Oppression to Promise: Journeying Together with the Refugee
9. The Christian Churches and Foreign Policy: An Assessment

Appendices
(i) Canada's International Relations: An Alternate View
(ii) Brief to the Minister for External Affairs re: Policy in Southern Africa
(iii) Discussion Paper for the Canadian Churches on the International Debt Crisis, July 1989
Notes
Index

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