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The Archbishop of York has warmly welcomed Jubilee Debt Campaign’s new initiative, designed to help schools, and congregations of all religious traditions, to become more active in the fight for economic justice and against poor country debt. A Jubilee Congregation or Jubilee School will affirm its commitment to action on debt and receive an action pack and ongoing support.
The initiative has been launched by a letter to the Prime Minister signed by faith leaders, recognising the commitment of people of all faiths to the goal of ending poverty and injustice. In the year which sees the bicentenary of the abolition of the transatlantic slave trade, Jubilee Debt Campaign has renewed and restated its vision of Jubilee under the heading ‘Breaking the Chains’. Jubilee Congregations and Jubilee Schools will be invited to affirm this vision as a vision of justice for the world’s poor people and poor nations.
To view ‘Breaking the Chains: a vision of Jubilee’ click here.
How to become a Jubilee Congregation.
How to become a Jubilee School.