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Local Church in an Urban Landscape

There is a rising number of ‘resource church’ labels being bandied around these days. It is a fresh take on the old latimer model and with the size of the urban centres increasing exponentially the Cathedral system needs greater support. 204 more words

Marginalisation in Indian Context

It is difficult to give a single or general definition of ‘marginalisation’.  The concept is essentially inter-disciplinary and draws from such diverse fields as sociology, anthropology, political science, law, economics, psychology, history, human rights, gender studies and communication studies. 2,654 more words


Young People and Unsafe Abortion

Recently the National Daily Newspaper- Kantipur published an article with heading “Abortion Among Teenagers On the Rise”. The article shares, “A 17 year teen girl arrived at Lamjung Model Hospital situated at Beshisahar. 1,061 more words


#TweetThat - True Christianity is Rare

“True Christianity is rare, though they seek to make it common! True Christianity has always been and WILL always be marginalized.” – taken from LIBERAL CHRISTIANS



The Parable of The Lost Sheep

I want to share a little frustration I’ve always had about this morning’s gospel reading. I’m not sure it paints me in a terribly positive light. 952 more words

Urban Development Policy and Planning in Asia - On the Capabilities approach, Acquirement problem, and Oppression

Weekly reflections as I study urban policy in Asia

Based on the reading(s):

Nussbaum, M. (2003). Capabilities as fundamental entitlements: Sen and social justice. Feminist economics… 1,359 more words

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Igbo Leaders cry out to President Buhari: We are marginalised

Some leaders of the South East have cried out to the Federal Government at a town hall meeting in Enugu that the Igbos are marginalised by the present administration. 318 more words