Civil Society’s Crucial Role to Solve Refugee Crisis

The European refugee situation is settling down. There are no more masses arriving, many procedures are in place, and quarrels over the quota are given to the European Court of Justice to solve. Is the crisis over? This was one of the questions asked at the annual...

How You Can Become Literate about God’s Creation

The tradition of celebrating Earth Day on April 22 is one of the fruits of “environmental awakening” in the end of the 1960s. Started in 1970 in the United States, it has grown into an international movement with partners in 196 countries. This...

Access to Clean Drinking Water is Justice Issue

Finland, “the land of a thousand lakes,” welcomed the delegates of the 11th assembly of the European Christian Environmental Network (ECEN) who gathered in the Sofia Cultural Centre in Helsinki from June 11-15. The ECEN assembly meets every second year,...

How Lebanon’s Compassion Makes a Difference

Lebanon is a county of delicious food and boundless hospitality. I had an opportunity to experience both of these during a couple of days last week. In addition, I enjoyed warm sunny weather and ripening grapefruits and mandarins at hand, which, I am sure, makes...