6 Archival description results for Anti-racism initiatives
Social justice work at Toronto Conference was the responsibility of particular Conference Committees, including Church in Society and World Affairs (previously World Outreach) and their subcommittees. Conference Minister of Christian Development supported the work relating to social justice at the Conference level in 1988. In 1998, a new position of Conference Minister for Social Justice and Ethnic Ministries took on this work. Following the reorganization of Toronto Conference in 2009, a new position of Social Justice Animator was created.
Series consists of general correspondence, predominantly of the Conference Minister for Social Justice and Christian Development, 1988-1993, 2004-2005; and correspondence/subject files relating to social justice issues, locally, nationally and internationally, including: aboriginal rights, 1990-2008; accessibility issues, 1992-1993; Afghanistan war, 2007; affirming congregations, 204; Canadian Ecumenical Anti-Racism Network, 2002-2005; Caribbean and North American Council for Mission, 2005; child poverty, 006; Coordinating Committee of Ontario Conferences, 1992-1994; Democratic Republic of Congo, 2003; Dove Tales, 2003-2005; Economy, 1994; Faith-based schools, 2007; Gulf War, 1990-1991; International AIDS Conference, 2005-2006; Iran, 2007; Justice Global and Ecumenical Relations, 2002-2009; marriage, 2003-2005; Metropolitan Action Committee on Violence Against Women and Children, 2004-2005; Minimum wage, 2007; Oka, 1990; Operation Christmas Child, 2002-2005; Royal Commission on Learning, 1994-1994; September 11, 2001; Tsunami, 2005; Social Justice Network of Ontario Conferences, 2004-2009; Social justice events, 1999-2006, and United Church Women, 2003-2004.
See also records of the Executive Secretary (Series 3) and records of the Church in Society Committee and World Affairs Committee (Series 4).United Church of Canada. Toronto Conference