Cytûn Policy Bulletin
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Welsh churches unite to protect economic and human rights during EU withdrawl.
An alliance of Welsh Christian denominations has drawn up a detailed list of economic measures and human rights for discussion during the Brexit process. The initiative, instigated by the Union of Welsh Independent Churches, unites the mainstream denominations in presenting a Christian perspective on the core issues that could impact on society during and after Brexit. In a submission to the Welsh Affairs Committee, the churches identify key policy issues, including the rights of minority and linguistic communities, agriculture and the environment and the future relationship with other nations and states.
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Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2017
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Cytûn is currently working closely with CCME concerning refugees.
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