You are here: Home / What we do / Seven Weeks for Water / Reflections 2020

Reflections 2020

Solwara: Saltiness and the Liquid Continent – An introduction to the Seven Weeks of Water from the perspective of Oceania
Solwara: Saltiness and the Liquid Continent – An introduction to the Seven Weeks of Water from the perspective of Oceania (The Pacific), by Rev. James Bhagwan, general secretary of the Pacific Conference of Churches
What moves above the waters: fresh water challenges of the Pacific
What moves above the waters: fresh water challenges of the Pacific, by Rev. Nikotemo Sopepa, Mission Secretary of the Council for World Mission in the Pacific region.
adi2
Adi.jpg
Photo: Albin Hillert/WCC
adi3.png
Feminization of Water Poverty: Women’s Perspective on Water Justice
The third reflection of the seven weeks for water 2020 of the WCC’s Ecumenical Water Network is by Adi Mariana Waqa, the Child Protection Coordinator of the Pacific Conference of Churches with contributions from Frances Namoumou Programmes Manager, PCC and Mereani Nawadra (Project Officer for Gender Equality Theology, Methodist Women’s Fellowship.
Water: a gift of God, a public good and a human right. Should we privatize it?
The fourth reflection of the seven weeks for water 2020 of the WCC’s Ecumenical Water Network is by Rev. Dr. Donald Bruce Yeates, a minister of Saint Andrews Presbyterian Church of Suva, Fiji and a consultant chaplain at The University of the South Pacific.
Water and Climate Change
The fifth reflection of the Seven Weeks for Water 2020 is by Dinesh Suna, coordinator of Ecumenical Water Network, World Council of Churches. He is a Lutheran and comes from India.
Water, food and trade: Impact on the Pacific Islands
The 6th reflection of the Seven Weeks for Water 2020 is by Athena Peralta and Dr Manoj Kurian, programme executives of the World Council of Churches Economic and Ecological Justice programme and Ecumenical Advocacy Alliance, respectively.
Thirsty for justice
The seventh and last reflection of the seven weeks for water 2020 of the WCC’s Ecumenical Water Network is written jointly by Ms Frances Namoumou, Programmes Manager, and Mr Netani Rika, Communications Specialist, Pacific Conference of Churches.